Neil Bilotta

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Messy Ethics in Human Rights Work

UBC Press

Messy Ethics in Human Rights Work invites readers to engage reflexively in critical human rights practice by admitting discomfort and dilemma into conversations about ethics.

  • Copyright year: 2023
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Global Child

Children and Families Affected by War, Displacement, and Migration

Rutgers University Press

Global Child highlights the unique features of participatory, arts-based, and socio-ecological approaches to studying war-affected children and families, demonstrating the collective strength as well as the limitations and the ethical implications of such research. Building on work across the Global South and the Global North, this book aims to deepen an understanding of this tri-pillared approach, and the potential for this methodology to contribute to improved practices in working with war-affected children and their families.

  • Copyright year: 2023
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