The Principles of Anti-Oppressive Community Engagement for University Educators and Researchers are intended to mitigate the harms that can result from community-engaged teaching and research and support the development of systems of accountability between campus and community stakeholders.
Download or read the whitepaper here: https://repository.library.northeastern.edu/files/neu:5x21tg54q
Next, the authors (Rebecca Riccio, Becca Berkey and I) intend to co-create an accountability toolkit to facilitate dialogue between university faculty, staff, and students and our community partners in order to co-define and then practice what accountability means in our specific disciplines, fields, or contexts. For me, this is archives and libraries.
Here is a little zine I put together about them for the 2021 Conference for Advancing Evidence-Based Learning at Northeastern.
You can download it here: https://giordanamecagni.files.wordpress.com/2021/12/caebl-zine-2.pdf
Interested in finding more about the sources? Check out my Zotero https://www.zotero.org/groups/2186116/ethical_engagement