23 June 2015 5:30 pm to 8:00 pmLindisfarne Centre; St Aidan's College, Durham University, DH1 3LJ,
This event is part of the Connected Communities Festival happening across the UK during 15th– 29th June 2015. It offers the opportunity to participate in a dilemmas cafe as a means of engaging in dialogue on ethical challenges in community-based participatory research (CBPR). It builds on the work of members of a community-university research team that has been working on ethics in CBPR, funded by the AHRC Connected Communities programme, seehttps://www.dur.ac.uk/beacon/socialjustice/ethics_consultation/
The café will start with tea and biscuits and will comprise three short accounts of current dilemmasfrom participatory researchers, followed by dynamic small group discussions around tables, with plenty of refreshments on tap, a final summing up and a buffet meal.
The event is designed for people from voluntary, community and other organisations, academics and postgraduate researchers, who are engaged in community-based participatory research.
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The Centre for Social Justice and Community Action is a research centre at Durham University, made up of academic researchers from a number of departments and disciplines and community partners. Our aim is to promote and develop research, teaching, public/community engagement and staff development (both within and outside the university) around the broad theme of social justice in local and international settings, with a specific focus on participatory action research. For more information about CSJCA, please visitwww.dur.ac.uk/beacon/socialjustice/
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