Housing experiences of ethnic minorities in Glasgow North and East during the COVID-19 pandemic: Invitation to participate in research
The research is led by Prof. Nissa Finney at the University of St Andrews. It is funded by the ESRC and has full ethics approval from the University of St Andrews
The University of St Andrews in partnership with the UK Centre for Dynamics of Ethnicity have recently launched a 12 month research project to gather evidence on the housing experiences of ethnic minorities in Scotland and England during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The projects aims to talk to housing providers and practitioners about the challenges they have faced in the last 18 months, to document how they have responded, and gather examples of best practice.
In Scotland, researchers are working in Glasgow North and East and would like to speak to Housing Association officers with experience of supporting ethnic minorities in these areas, including Parkhead, Tollcross, Shettleston, Calton, Royston, Sighthill, Barmulloch, Possilpark, Maryhill and Springburn.
The project would also be interested in speaking to housing practitioners, policymakers or providers with knowledge of social housing and regeneration in these areas.
If you would like more information on this research project, or are interested in participating in this research, please contact Dr Emma Hill (Research Fellow, University of St Andrews) on firstname.lastname@example.org
The research is led by Prof. Nissa Finney at the University of St Andrews. It is funded by the ESRC and has full ethics approval from the University of St Andrews.