DEPA - Ethiopian Project PhotoVoice Images
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DEPA – Ethiopia PhotoVoice Images Representing Gender-Based Violence
This collection contains 170 photographs that were taken by the 12 youth participants involved in the PhotoVoice aspect of the research methodology. The images are representations of how the youth view, understand and experience gender-based violence in their community. For anonymity and security, participants were asked to only take images of objects and places, and not human subjects.
The associated README file holds the metadata for each of the 170 individual data files. The information is organised sequentially by file number and provides the: file name, data type, a title and a description. The file names can be used to cross reference to get more detail on a particular file.
The Ethiopia Project is a commissioned project with DEPA (Decolonising Education for Peace in Africa). DEPA was a 4 year project funded by the Arts and Humanities Council (AHRC) addressing the question: What are the different knowledges and values underpinning peace and how can these practices be connected and compared across countries to create curriculum content and mode of delivery in informal and formal settings, Secondary and Higher Education (HE), in order to decolonise peace education?
Decolonising Peace Education In Africa
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