Participatory Research in Communities – A Guide
This is a guide for communities to participatory research and to engagement with academics as part of projects grounded in this method. It has been written by community members, activists and academics who have been involved in research of this kind. It is intended to provide communities with basic explanations of the background to and motivations for participatory research, as well as overviews of the processes of research, the implications that communities should consider when deciding whether or not to participate in projects and the key steps participants can take to minimize risks and maximize benefits.
A Guide for Communities working with academics on participatory research projects – Graphic version – Print version
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