While you’re here… help us stay here.
Are you enjoying open access to policy and research published by a broad range of organisations? Please donate today so that we can continue to provide this service.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this resource may contain images or names of people who have since passed away.
|Weaving knowledges (report)||1.08 MB|
As with co-design, CBPR, community participatory research (CPR) or participatory action research (PAR) are broadly defined as processes which involve the community (as end-users, intended beneficiaries, or stakeholders) in the planning, design and management of research and evaluation projects.
Kendall, Sunderland, Barnett, Nalder, and Matthews (2011) have argued that research has to be recalibrated to reflect the needs of First Nations people, including respect for Aboriginal ways of knowing.