In this video, Jenna Rose Sands discusses her art and creative efforts to invite people — individuals and society at large — to rethink prevailing narratives about indigeneity. This presentation was recorded at the City Symposium on Gender Equality (March 31, 2020). Learn more about Jenna Rose Sands’ work by visiting the Atrocities Against Indigenous Canadians for Dummies site.
On May 4, 2020, Jeff Preston (Assistant Professor of Disability Studies at King’s University College, Western University) provided testimony to the House of Common’s Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities (HUMA) committee regarding disability in the COVID-19 in Canada. On May 15, Jeff further discussed his statements on London Morning with Rebecca Zandbergen.
In this video (recorded November 21, 2019), Gail Teachman (Assistant Professor, School of Occupational Therapy, Western University) discusses her research that asks: Is inclusion always a ‘good’ thing?: Perspectives from youth with disabilities
Join Gail Teachman and an entourage of critical thinkers for Beyond Giving Voice, a series of webinars on the ethical challenges of childhood and vulnerable population research.
In this video, Helene Berman (Distinguished University Professor Emerita in the Faculty of Health Sciences’ Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing, and Academic Director of the Centre for Research on Health Equity and Social Inclusion) discusses her research on violence against girls and young women. This talk was recorded at the City Symposium on Gender Equality (March 31, 2020).
Beyond Giving Voice will be hosted as a series of virtual interactive symposium webinars in June 2020. We invite you to join us as we explore theoretical, methodological, and ethical implications of claims to be ‘giving voice’ to children through research. While presentations will be focused on qualitative research with young people, the knowledge shared will be equally relevant to the design and conduct of methodologies with other populations.
Online sessions will be held be held on June 4, 9, and 11, from 3PM to 5PM. Register via Eventbrite