FW: "Circle of dialogue wisdom" as a methodological framework to reconceptualise participation, empowerment & collaboration

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Glenn Hampson

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May 17, 2021, 5:19:58 PMMay 17
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An interesting and timely (with regard to our current OSI conversations) post from Professor Gabriele Bammer…

 

From: Gabriele Bammer <Gabriel...@ANU.EDU.AU>
Sent: Monday, May 17, 2021 2:12 PM
To: SCIT...@LIST.NIH.GOV
Subject: “Circle of dialogue wisdom” as a methodological framework to reconceptualise participation, empowerment & collaboration

 

“Circle of dialogue wisdom” as  a methodological framework to reconceptualise participation, empowerment & collaboration, esp for decolonisation is described by Adriana Moreno Cely, Darío Cuajera Nahui, César Gabriel Escobar Vásquez, Tom Vanwing and Nelson Tapia Ponce in their blog post at https://i2insights.org/2021/05/18/circle-of-dialogue-wisdom/. It has 6 phases: 1) Knowing each other (eg ethical relationships, accountability, collective-we) 2) Concerting rules for participation (eg reflexivity, listening), 3) Creating safe spaces (eg unlearning privilege, managing unknown) 4) Building affection (eg sharing, reciprocity, people at centre), 5) Co-creating solutions (eg embrace complexity & uncertainty, revalue local & Indigenous knowledge, decolonise knowledge, being actions) and 6) Taking solution to practice (eg unlearn being competitive, learn to work together, build collective responsibility).

 

 

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Professor Gabriele Bammer
National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health
Research School of Population Health
ANU College of Health and Medicine
The Australian National University
62 Mills Road
Acton ACT 2601

+61 2 6125 0716
Gabriel...@anu.edu.au
@GabrieleBammer
http://i2s.anu.edu.au
http://I2Insights.org

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