The Digital Leisure Divide and the Forcibly Displaced Part II: Field Research

Payal Arora, Amanda Paz Alencar, Daniela Jaramillo Dent, John Warnes, Erika Perez-Iglesias

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Original languageEnglish
Number of pages42
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2023

Bibliographical note

The Innovation Service and Erasmus University of Rotterdam (EUR) would like to thank the UNHCR team in Boa Vista (Brazil) and partners for the support provided during the research process. Both teams are especially grateful to Camila Ignacio Gerardo, Oscar Sánchez Piñeiro, Susana Camacho Vivar, and Renata Kawabe from UNHCR as well as AVSI and Fraternidade Sem Fronteiras staff for their enthusiasm, commitment, and guidance through the field phase of the Digital Leisure Project to enrich the findings.

We would like to acknowledge the authors, EUR - Payal Arora, Amanda Alencar, Daniela Jaramillo-Dent, and UNHCR - John Warnes, Erika Perez-Iglesias, for their research and drafting of this report.

We also thank Julia Camargo at ESPM - São Paulo for her field leadership and research coordination between EUR and UNHCR and Paula Wittenburg at EUR for her research assistance and support.

Made possible thanks to the generous support of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

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