on March 30, 2015 by Ecocitizen World Map News and Tags: , , , with 0 comments

Cairo University team conducting citizen surveys in Imbaba.

Ecocitizen World Map presents: A Research Justice Webinar with Dr. Heba Khalil of Cairo University

The EWM team is excited to host Research Justice: A more equitable approach to data collection and use within the complex urban ecosystem, our inaugural webinar on the issue of research justice, to be held on Tuesday, 14 April 2015, at 12:00 PDT.

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One of the most significant challenges in participatory surveying and mapping work are the ways in which privilege and power dynamics can influence the outcomes and shape the dynamics of research activities with and within marginalized communities.

Dr. Heba Khalil, Associate Professor at Cairo University’s Department of Architecture (Faculty of Engineering) will talk about her student team’s experiences conducting citizen surveys in Cairo’s Imbaba neighborhood for the Ecocitizen World Map Project.

Following Dr. Khalil’s presentation, there will be an open discussion on how to attain greater transparency, exchange, and collaboration in the research arena.

Our hope is that this will be the beginning of a series of webinars where participants can share their experiences from different locations and backgrounds, learn from each other, and deepen the discourse on this important subject.

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