The question of ethics should always be front and centre when it comes to doing research of any kind. For Scott Neufeld and Nicolas Crier, they aim to take this question even further. In collaboration with other folks in the Downtown Eastside and Hives for Humanity, they co-authored Research 101: A Manifesto for Ethical Research in the Downtown Eastside to help facilitate a wider conversation on ethics in cultural production, such as research, media, and artmaking. On this episode of Below the Radar, host Am Johal talks to Scott and Nicolas about how this project came to be, the profound impact it has had for the community, and what’s at stake for ethical research in the Downtown Eastside.You can access a digital copy of Research 101: A Manifesto for Ethical Research in the Downtown Eastside here: bit.ly/R101ManifestoYou can read more about the processes of developing the manifesto on our blog: sfuwce.org/empowering-informed…ultural-production/
On Episode 34 of Below the Radar, Am Johal interviews Scott Neufeld and Nicolas Crier
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