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Critical engagements: empathy, subjectivity and changing narratives of water resources through participatory video

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Dr Crystral Tremblay, associated as a research associate with the UNESCO Chair in CBR, along with Dr Leila Harris from University of Victoria co-authored a paper titled, ‘Critical engagements: empathy, subjectivity and changing narratives of water resources through participatory video’. This paper was published in Geoforum, an international journal on innovative research in February 2018. This article engages a critical feminist analysis of a community-based participatory video (PV) process focused on water and sanitation issues in underserved settlements of Accra, Ghana and Cape Town, South Africa.

The full paper is available on the UNESCO Chair website and can be accessed here: http://unescochair-cbrsr.org/pdf/resource/Tremblay_Harris_2018_Geoforum.pdf

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