Dear Research Community,
We are a group of Human–computer interaction (HCI) researchers focusing on the technology related issues of people experiencing forced migration, such as refugees, asylum seekers, internally displaced, and the undocumented.
This year at the ACM International Conference on Supporting Group Work (GROUP) we came together in a workshop called, ‘Refugees & Technology: Determining the Role of HCI Research’, links below. As a result of this workshop we would like to build a curated list of scholarly resources that support generative and ethical research in the area of Forced Migration - HCI studies. We intend to make this list publicly available in order to support this growing research area.
We are asking for your help! If you know of HCI-related refugee or forced migration work, or other resources that you think could inform and support this work, could you send us the citation or link? Resources we are looking for include scholarly texts, projects, conferences, or anything else you think could help.
Thank you in advance for your help!
Amirah Majid on behalf of the workshop participants.
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ACM GROUP Conference, https://group.acm.org/conferences/group18/
Refugees & Technology: Determining the Role of HCI Research Workshop, http://displaced-hci.info/
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A. M. Majid
PhD candidate: multi-cultural computing & refugee informatics
Information School, University of Washington Seattle USA
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