Indigenous Contexts in Research Practice
Research ethics practice by indigenous and non-indigenous researchers in indigenous contexts in Australia, Canada and New Zealand.
Ethical Surprises in Research Practice
To review the mechanisms researchers use to address novel ethical dilemmas that arise in the field not predicted by either the researcher or the ethics committee during formal ethics review.
Ethics Committee Practice
Panel discussions on how various ethics committees operate.
- Martin Tolich, Otago University: The Politicisation of Ethics Review in New Zealand
- Barry Smith, Lakes DHB: A cultural turn: The trivialisation of Maori research ethics
- Louisa Allen, Auckland University: Losing Face? Photo Anonymisation and Visual Research Integrity
- Julie Bull, University of New Brunswick: When two worlds collide: Ethical quirks and quandaries in research involving indigenous people
- Colin Thomson, University of Wollongong: Comparative disciplinary experiences of ethics review
Accommodation Information: A range of Dunedin motels can be found at the Otago University Website