Inclusive & Accessible Research

Inclusive and accessible research gives voice to those who may be marginalised or disadvantaged, ensuring that research processes serve to rebalance power and shift the status quo. Inclusion can relate to gender, to people with disabilities or to other dimensions of disadvantage. It also includes consideration of how different forms of disadvantage can intersect with one another. Careful and sensitive engagement approaches are required, ideally aiming to shift relations and practice to place local voices at the centre of research processes.
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