We each live according to our own personal code of ethics but what moral principles guide our work? The 19 feature theme articles in this issue debate many of the ethical questions that confront us in programming, research, safeguarding and volunteering, and in our use of data, new technologies, messaging and images. Prepare to be enlightened, unsettled and challenged. This issue is being published in tribute to Barbara Harrell-Bond, founder of the Refugee Studies Centre and FMR, who died in July 2018.
|In a special collection of articles in this issue, authors discuss the legacy of Barbara Harrell-Bond – the impact she had and its relevance for our work today. If her work or FMR has helped you over the years, please make a donation to support FMR’s work in the future – visit www.fmreview.org/online-giving for details.|
This issue of FMR will be available online and in print in English and Arabic.
- Editors’ briefing: provides an overview of the content of the feature theme on Ethics, with hyperlinks to articles – available in English only (A4 format)
- Digest: presents a listing of all articles published in FMR 60, including article title, author(s) and affiliation, introductory sentences and links to the article online – available in English and Arabic (A5 format)
- Tribute to Barbara Harrell-Bond standalone PDF: this will be available in English and Arabic (A5 format)
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We are particularly grateful to the following donors for their financial support for this issue: Carolyn Makinson, Martin James Foundation, Mary E McClymont, Refugee Studies Centre, Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, UK Research and Innovation/Global Challenges Research Fund* and Women’s Refugee Commission. All FMR donors are listed at www.fmreview.org/for-donors/donors.
* This issue on Ethics was supported by UK Research and Innovation as part of the Global Challenges Research Fund, specifically the RECAP project - grant number ES/P010873/1.