Working With Marginalised Communities: Let’s talk about ethics

A Practitioners Guide by Andrea Medrado and Isabella Rega, published by eVoices

Reflecting with artists, activists and development organisations we met along the eVoices journey, we develop an illustrated guide gathering principles to work ethically with marginalised communities, to avoid the risk to put people in danger.

 

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Andrea Medrado

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Andrea Medrado is a Lecturer at the Westminster School of Media and Communication. Prior to moving (back) to London, she worked as a Tenured Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication and at the Postgraduate Programme in Media and Everyday life of Federal Fluminense University (UFF) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She worked as the Co-Investigator for the eVoices Network, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), exploring different uses of digital technologies and art-ivism (art + activism) to fight marginalisation in countries of the Global South. In July 2020, she was elected Vice President of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), and she also acted as the Co-Chair of the Community Communication and Alternative Media Section (CAM) for four years (2016-2020).

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23 May 2020
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