The CONNECT Study (CONtributions of Social Networks to Community Thriving) aims to understand the best ways to promote good mental health and encourage community thriving across ethnically minoritised communities. We partner with people in the community by incorporating peer or community researchers as research team members to bridge the gap between academia and the community. Our key focus areas include mental health, violence against women and girls, and community safety.
We are looking to interview people from the community to explore how social connections and relationships can build stronger communities. This research will support efforts to reduce inequities experienced by Black and other racially minoritised groups.
Interested participants may be invited to a one-hour interview and receive a £15 voucher in gratitude for their time. All information collected will be anonymised so participants cannot be identified.
If you want to explore this further, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.