Program - Day 4

Time Day 4 - Thursday
8.00am - 9.00am Registrations
9.00am - 10.00am Key Note Speaker: Yoland Wadsworth
10.00am - 10.30am Breathing space
10.30am - 11.00am Morning Tea and Yoland Wadsworth Book Launch
11.00am - 12.30pm
Decolonising Praxis
Dr Rob Hoskin The Mowanjum Festival: a model for Indigenous and non-Indigenous Collaboration.
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4.1.1.DEC.2 Dr Bill Genat/Pail Stewart Using action research for institutional capacity development regarding Indigenous health within the national public health curriculum. Catalytic paper
4.1.1.DEC.3 Ross Watson Consensus-action agreements can change the world and heal our Planet: and why empowering the powerless is vital to the welfare of future generations. Standard Paper
11.00am - 12.30pm
Education and Learning
4.1.2.EDU.1 Anre Fourie/Patrick Ebewo The Visual and Tactile Appeal of Puppets as Educational Tool in South Africa. Standard paper
4.1.2.EDU.2 Tony Wall Eupneic inquiry and 'quality' in first person action research. Catalytic paper
4.1.2.EDU.3 Arely Paredes Chi Participatory Action Research. A pathway to reconcile theory and practice in Environmental Education in Mexican primary schools. Standard paper
11.00am - 12.30pm
Feminist PAR
4.1.3.FEM.1 Annette Woodhouse "Speaking the unspoken”. Negotiating the intricacies of ethics, power and our relationships together within a feminist participatory action research project with professional rural colleagues. Standard paper
4.1.3.FEM.2 Maria Teresa Castillo-Burguete et al “I talked with my husband …and my kids supported me”: Learning from the past to build the future. Catalytic paper
11.00am - 12.30pm
Health and Wellbeing
4.1.4.HEA.1 Brenda McSorley Research and Evaluation: HEAT. Workshop
4.1.4.HEA.2 Alan Rayner/Dr Susan Goff Natural Inclusion and the Extended Epistemology: re-approaching an established action research paradigm with a new philosophy. Workshop
11.00am - 12.30pm
International Community Development
4.1.5.ICD.1 Dr Rob Nabben Pedagogy of community development: educating the next generation of colonisers or global saviors? Standard Paper
4.1.5.ICD.2 Prof Maryann Green Pro-Poor Cultural Tourism in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa: Lessons Learned. Standard Paper
4.1.5.ICD.3 Dr Linda Kurti et al Making space to breathe – balance & identity in a faith-based international development agency. Catalytic paper
11.00am - 12.30pm
Social Ecology
4.1.6.SEC.1 Robin Krabbe Counteracting the Great Disembedding: the role of the participatory paradigm, the third sector, community food security and social inclusion in North-West Tasmania. Catalytic paper
4.1.6.SEC.2 Glenn Varona Collaborative Inquiry and Managing Police Ethics: Towards Better Governance of Policing. Standard Paper
4.1.6.SEC.3 Diana Keatinge Ethical Dilemmas and Cultural Considerations in using Action Research and Participatory Action Research. Standard Paper
11.00am - 12.30pm
Systems/Business/Organisational Development
4.1.7.SYS.1 Yoland Wadsworth Reflections on ‘systems-informed’ praxis. Workshop
4.1.7.SYS.2 Janet McIntyre Identity, democracy and sustainability. Workshop
12.30pm - 1.30pm Lunch and David Webb/John Murray Book Launch
1.30pm - 3.30pm
Education and Learning
4.2.2.EDU.1 Tony Wall Prefiguring higher education as action inquiry. Catalytic paper
4.2.2.EDU.2 Dr Lynda Shevellar Community Development in the Classroom: Navigating Complex Systems through Action Teaching. Standard paper
4.2.2.EDU.3 Liz Schell Action Research PhD Cohorts – Factors for Success. Standard paper
4.2.2.EDU.4 Juin EeTeo The Learner Action Researcher: Conversations with a Novice. Catalytic paper
4.2.2.EDU.5 Dr Matete Madiba Institutionalising quality learning in a research intensive university. Catalytic Paper
1.30pm - 3.30pm
Health and Wellbeing
1.3.4.HEA.3 Mohammed Haque Problems, analysis, actions, evaluations and measurements of road safety in Brunei. Standard Paper
2.2.4.HEA.5 Mark Bolden et al Communities (rising) under siege: Locating and listening to the history of tobacco, health activism, and the legacy of cultural mistrust in an urban community’s struggle for a smoke-free environment. Catalytic Paper
1.30pm - 3.30pm
International Community Development
4.2.5.ICD.1 Zoe Hunter Stomping Eggshells: Rethinking ‘Together’ Through Improvised Movement, Reflection and Text. Standard Paper
1.30pm - 3.30pm
Social Ecology
4.2.6.SEC.1 Fiona Wahr Attempting to decolonise academic development – designing an action learning approach to integrate sustainability into the higher education curriculum. Standard Paper
4.2.6.SEC.3 Dr Shankar Sankaran A Trans-disciplinary Action Research Project in Sustainable Sanitation in Sydney: Stakeholder Engagement in the Investigative Phase. Catalytic paper
1.30pm - 3.30pm
SE/Systems/Business/
Organisational Development
4.2.6.SEC/SYS.2 David Low Weed Meta-biosecurity: Toward an Eco-literate Approach to weed Invasion. Catalytic Paper
1.30pm - 3.30pm
Systems/Business/Organisational Development
4.2.7.SYS.1 Peter Rennie A Practical Theory to Help you Create a Brilliant Organisation. Workshop
1.30pm - 3.30pm
Generic
4.2.8.GENERIC Dr Mary Brydon-Miller et al Covenantal Ethics for Action Research: Creating a New Strategy for Ethical Review. Workshop
3.30pm - 4.00pm Afternoon Tea
4.00pm - 5.30pm Closing Ceremony
Farewells and acknowledgements. Announcement of next World Congress