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The work on ethics in Community-based Participatory Research has grown and developed, involving many people as contributors. In particular, it draws on the following projects:

  • CBPR: ethics and outcomes, 2011
    • ~ Andrea Armstrong, Research Associate at Durham University, Centre for Social Justice and Community Action
    • ~ Maria Aznarez, Administrative Assistant at Durham University, School of Applied Social Sciences
    • ~ Sarah Banks, Principal Investigator at Durham University, Centre for Social Justice and Community Action and School of Applied Sciences
    • ~ Gary Craig, Co-Investigator at Durham University, Centre for Social Justice and Community Action and School of Applied Social Sciences
    • ~ Thomas Henfrey, Workshop Facilitator at Durham University, Centre for Social Justice and Community Action and Durham Energy Institute
    • ~ Helen Moore, Technical Associate at Durham University, School for Medicine and Health
    • ~ Rachel Pain, Co-Investigator at Durham University, Centre for Social Justice and Community Action and Geography Department
    • ~ Carolyn Summerbell, Co-Investigator at Durham University, School for Medicine and Health
  • Co-Inquiry Action Research (CAR) Group
    • ~ Andrea Armstrong, Durham University
    • ~ Sarah Banks, Durham University
    • ~ Kathleen Carter, Thrive, Teeside
    • ~ Maurice Clarkson, Thrive, Teeside
    • ~ Audley Genus, Newcastle University/Greenwich University
    • ~ Rose Gilroy, Newcastle University
    • ~ Thomas Henfrey, Durham University
    • ~ Tessa Holland, Energy Group, West End Housing Co-op, Newcastle
    • ~ Kate Hudson, Beacon North East
    • ~ Ann McNulty, Health and Race Equality Forum, Newcastle Healthy City
    • ~ Jenni Owen, ARC, Stockton-on-Tees
    • ~ Anna Wraith, Beacon North East
  • International Advisory Board
    • ~ Harvinder Bedi, Development Support Team, Pune, India
    • ~ Ingrid Burkett, Local Change Works, Brisbane, Australia
    • ~ Michelle Fine, City University of New York, USA
    • ~ Angie Hart, University of Brighton, UK
    • ~ Sara Kindon, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
    • ~ Laura Saija, Catania University, Italy
  • Tackling ethical issues in community-based participatory research: A practical resource, 2012
  • International advisors
    • ~ Harvinder Bedi, Development Support Team, Pune, India
    • ~ Ingrid Burkett, Local Change Works, Brisbane, Australia
    • ~ Michelle Fine, City University of New York, USA
    • ~ Sara Kindon, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
    • ~ Laura Saija, Catania University, Italy
  • Tackling ethical issues, showcase and follow-on, 2012
    • ~ Sarah Banks, Durham University
    • ~ Andrea Armstrong, Durham University
    • ~ Helen Graham, Leeds University
    • ~ Hannah King, Durham University
    • ~ Amelia Lee, Young Women’s Group, Manchester
    • ~ Sue Shaw, Action with Communities in Rural England