In this episode we dive deep into an issue Indigenous communities and researchers around the world are working together to solve. How do we conduct research so that it benefits communities, respects researches’ freedom of inquiry, and all of that in ways that everybody can agree on? Our guide through the tangly issues of research ethics in Indigenous and rural and remote communities is Julie Bull. She was one of the researchers developing new research guidelines with and for NunatuKavut communities in southern and central Labrador.



Guidelines for Community Engagement with NunatuKavut (pdf)

Rural Routes Partners:
The Leslie Harris Centre of Regional Policy and Development, MUN
Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation 
Rural Policy Learning Commons Partnership
The National Campus and Community Radio Association

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Music by Laura C. Bates performed by Trent Severn.

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3 comments on “S2E2 – Julie Bull on research ethics in Indigenous communities

  1. Pitseolak Aug 3, 2017

    Where is the podcast for Episode 16?

    • Good catch! It was accidentally posted ahead of schedule. The podcast with Julie Bull will be the episode 1 of the next “season,” if you will, which we will launch first Friday in September! Stay tuned!

  2. Awesome blog article.Really thank you! Want more.

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