Reem Talhouk, Eiad Yafi
HCI research with refugees, asylum seekers, and other forcibly displaced populations has grown over the years. Indeed, our passionate community working at the intersection of design and technology has expanded, with several researchers conducting their work in the Middle East, where a large number of refugees reside. However, with this growth comes a need for reflection on how our research acts in solidarity with forcibly displaced populations and scholars in the Middle East. In this article, we outline the ways in which inadvertent harm may arise as we situate ourselves within Middle Eastern spaces and how a reflexive process…
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