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Digital storytelling offers a combination of traditional storytelling and new technologies that is attracting attention from feminist researchers aiming to co-create research in empowering ways for participants, allowing them to collaborate, build shared awareness of issues, and share their priority issues with decision-makers and power-holders. This article focuses on digital storytelling in research into the role of Mothers’ Associations in influencing families, communities, and political decision-makers to promote girls’ education in Benin.

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10.1080/13552074.2019.1664140

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