Chapter 1. Epistemic justice, participatory research and valuable capabilities; Melanie Walker and Alejandra Boni.- Chapter 2. Expanding epistemic capability in participatory decision-making processes: The Universidad de Ibagué capabilities list; Diana Velasco and Alejandra Boni.- Chapter 3. Expanding capabilities for epistemic justice through social innovation: The case of business and management courses in UNIMINUTO, Colombia; Sergio Belda-Miquel and Carmen Leonor Avella Bernal.- Chapter 4. A Freirian approach to epistemic justice: Contributions of action learning to capabilities for epistemic liberation; Monique Leivas, Álvaro Fernández-Baldor, Marta Maicas-Pérez and Carola Calabuig-Tormo.- Chapter 5. Epistemic capabilities in the context of oppression: Reflections from an action learning programme in Salvador, Brazil; Lori Keleher and Alexandre Apsan Frediani.- Chapter 6. Democratic capabilities research: Exploring contextual challenges and contributions of participatory research towards epistemic justice; Carmen Martinez-Vargas.- Chapter 7. Participatory video as a tool for cultivating political and feminist capabilities of women in Turkey; F. Melis Cin and Rahime Süleymanoğlu-Kürüm.- Chapter 8. A participatory photovoice project: Towards capability expansion of ‘invisible’ students in South Africa; Melanie Walker and Mikateko Mathebula.- Chapter 9. Graffiti as a participatory method fostering epistemic justice and collective capabilities among rural youth: A case study in Zimbabwe; Tendayi Marovah and Faith Mkwananzi.- Chapter 10. Potential of participatory action research processes to overcome epistemic injustice in non-ideal university settings; Alejandra Boni and Melanie Walker.