Community Action Research
Dialogues Between The Academy And The Community: Establishing An Ethical Framework (Part 1)
By Alejandra Bello and Atanacia Gamboa
Dialogues Between The Academy And The Community: Establishing An Ethical Framework (Part 2)
By Alejandra Bello-Urrego
Action Research Portfolio | 2019 | Alejandra Bello and Atanacia Gamboa
Alejandra Bello, postdoctoral researcher at the Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá and Atanacia Gamboa, Community Leader and Activist, Ladrilleros, Colombia are working together in this project to discover and discuss the ethical issues that surround collaborative action research between the university and the community group, Asociación de mujeres Ébano. They explore the use of Intervention Bioethics and Participatory Action Research as useful strategies for establishing ethical frameworks to support academy-based research to make fair alliances with communities to develop projects that address the interests of the community, the researcher, and the institutions in whose framework the research was carried out. Published with the support from the Social Publishers Foundation.
Social Entrepreneurship: Engineering a Movement
Action Research Portfolio | 2010 | Scott Mortensen
Scott Mortensen organized a constituency of humanitarians, entrepreneurs, and media specialists to pursue humanitarian endeavors in Pandytown, Honduras—a microcosm island community.