New View of Consent

At PPL, we believe that we can and should mitigate the power inequality in our research relationships. How can we be ethical practitioners if we do not actively reduce our own power as ‘experts’ and enable individuals to exert power over the information that they share with us?

The third blog post of our 10th-anniversary series illustrates how we first realized our consent processes were insufficient — and how we’ve upped our game since then.

Click below to read the seven questions that inform our consent practices. Can you answer ‘yes’ to each of them?

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Don't forget! PPL will be hosting a public panel tomorrow, Tuesday June 15, with folks from different areas of the criminal-justice system. Panelists will answer our questions (and yours) about community-led justice and explore with us how designers and researchers might collaborate in service of a more just future.
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