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Valuing Diversity in Methods – ARIN webinar
15th April 2021 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
April 15 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm EAT (East African Time)
Organised by Africa Research and Impact Network (ARIN)
In 2021, the Africa Research and Impact Network (ARIN) and partners (ACTS Kenya, STEPS Centre UK, Umbela Transformaciones Sostenibles and the Global Sustainability Hubs), are exploring what decoloniality would mean for research methods, and policy (engagement, co-creation, etc) processes globally (with experiences in Africa, North America, and the UK).
The focus of ARIN in the project is on “Decolonising Methodologies to Sustainability in the Global South”. The project will include seminars, and a book culminating in methods vignettes and video snippets, and an invite-only ARIN-ASH Summer School.
Webinar 3: Valuing Diversity in Methods
The third webinar in the series, focuses on how methods have been used to open-up, broaden-out, and let-go. The webinar explored how concrete methods have been applied in different (geographical, social, political) settings to demonstrate diversity, with multiple range inputs, framings, and voices. Central to this webinar was drawing on theories to illuminate practical examples and reflections.
This event is linked to our theme on Methods.