In this book chapter, the Danish RWS team reflects on and discusses the socio-ethical opportunities and dilemmas of doing ‘peer research’ in RWS. They highlight the different roles and positions researchers took in the research process.* Know more here.
*This description is based on the abstract of Primdahl, N. L., Nached, A., & Skovdal, M. (2021). Socio-ethical considerations in peer research with newly arrived migrant and refugee young people in Denmark. In S. Bell, P. Aggleton, A. Gibson (Eds.), Peer research in health and social development. Routledge.