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Seminar: Ethics and educational research in fragile contexts

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Join us for discussion on the challenges of undertaking educational research in fragile contexts

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The Refugee Education Special Interest Group (RESIG) and the Association of Australian Research in Education (AARE) Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Special Interest Group (CALD SIG) are co-hosting an event on 26th August (1.30-3.30pm EST) that will open a space to discuss the challenges and opportunities with undertaking educational research in fragile contexts. Working with the ideas behind the CERD ethical framework (see here), we will ask questions of:

What are our experiences of researching as HDR candidates with forced migrants in fragile contexts?

What are our experiences of supervising HDR candidates researching with forced migrants in fragile contexts?

What are our observations of working/ researching in fragile contexts?

What is our ethics of care to others/ to self in these encounters?

What ethical frameworks inform our thinking and practice?

How can we bridge the gaps between what Guellemin and Gillam (2004) call ‘procedural ethics’ and ‘ethics in practice’?

We are inviting participants to contribute to a showcase of observations and experiences of research in fragile contexts (as HDR students, supervisors, researchers, participants) and will then open to a panel discussion.

From this meeting, we hope to discuss and present ideas for two resources to support ethical thinking and practice in the fields of educational research with forced migrants and in other fragile contexts.

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