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The project ‘Arts for Advocacy: Creative Engagement with Forced Displacement’ is steered by a research team at the University of Edinburgh and Keele University in partnership with the Moroccan NGO GADEM. The materials featured on this website were produced during a series of workshops and other events in Morocco and the UK during 2017. At all events, the event organisers undertook an informed consent process with the participants. The consent form provided information about participation in the workshop, recording of workshop activities, the use of the recordings on the website, the identifiability of participants, and the right to withdraw. Information was provided in French and English, and orally and in writing, as preferred by individual participants. Only items for which informed consent has been received from participants are available online.
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