The Ethics of Participation – six top tips


Wellcome Trust Blog

The Wellcome Trust Engaging Science grantholders are a diverse group – artists, actors, film makers, scientists and many more. As part of the on-going support we provide, we host a biannual grantholders day. This gives them the opportunity to get together and discuss their projects, any problems they have faced and their solutions. We have learnt a lot from these events and in a series of posts in the coming weeks we will be sharing some of what was discussed at our last meeting. In this first post we share some tips and debates that arose from the session ‘The Ethics of Participation’ which explored how the ethics of participation shapes, stalls and enriches projects.

Mind over matter; brain donation Brain Donor from Mind over Matter project

To the right is one of the many faces that make up Bronwyn Parry and Ania Dabrowska’s People Award funded installation, Mind over Matter. At the heart…

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