The overarching goal of this project is to enhance the impact of research on the understanding of and reparations for conjugal slavery or forced marriage in war. The transformational effects of the partnership include shifts in research culture and practice, working to redress inequalities in knowledge economies, and improved general awareness of the context-specific challenges faced by survivors of conflict over time and across place. One of the important avenues to share the interview data and archival documents is through the Tubman Digital Archive. By making the redacted interview transcripts available to participants and interested researchers, the Partnership is trying to shift the culture of qualitative research. Rather than the current proprietary approach to transcripts and tapes, we propose a more open – and ethical – approach to sharing raw data.