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  • Scotland in lockdown - recruiting participants

    Created: 03/08/2020

    A team based at Glasgow University are now recruiting participants for research that explores how lockdown may be differently experienced by those who are already isolated or marginalised. 

    It focusses on four groups – those affected by: 

    1. refugee and asylum processes and facing destitution; 
    2. domestic abuse or sexual violence; 
    3. disability or long-term health conditions; and, 
    4. criminal justice control (e.g. in prison or community supervised)

    The study aims to help inform Government efforts to prevent further hardship and inequalities. The research will involve interviewing participants over a period of time and applicants can find out more about the project here.


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