This ethics guide from the Centre for Social Justice and Community Action at the University of Durham provides guidance on the ethics of community based participatory research. This guide is the product of extensive discussion between community organisations, academics and other researchers.
The nature of community engagement inevitably blurs the boundaries between researchers and participants, highlighting the necessity for a set comprehensive of ethical guidelines to maintain personal integrity and allow research that is beneficial to all that are involved.
The guide outlines the definition of Community based participatory research (CBPR), its principles and strategies to achieve them.
Caption: Image from the Community-based participatory research: A guide to ethical principles and practice report produced by the Centre for Social Justice and Community Action at the University of Durham.
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