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Your Experience Matters!

Your voice matters, Black women and girls . Join our research studies and contribute to raising awareness about issues that affect you. By sharing your experiences and perspectives, you can shape the discourse and make a difference.

The intersectional experiences and nuances of Black women and girls in the UK are often overlooked and underrepresented in research. This lack of attention reinforces inequities and marginalisation, and perpetuates the systemic barriers and stereotypes faced by Black women and girls. Cultural sensitivity is crucial in our community-based research, which will centre Black women and girls and take into account the intersections of race, gender, and other social identities shaping their experiences. This approach amplifies the voices of those who have historically been marginalised and neglected – and will help to better understand and address the unique challenges faced by Black women and girls.

Why Intersectional Research Matters

  1. Amplify Voices:
    Intersectional research amplifies the voices and perspectives of Black women and girls, making sure their experiences are at the forefront of discussions and solutions.
  2. Deepen Your Understanding:
    Get deeper understandings of the unique experiences and challenges faced by Black women and girls through intersectional community-based research. 
  3. Evidence-Based Advocacy:
    Use evidence to advocate change that meets the needs of Black women and girls.
  4. Tackle Inequities:
    Identify and address the multiple forms of discrimination and marginalisation that Black women and girls face through our research.
  5. Make Informed Decisions:
    Inform decision-making across sectors such as healthcare and education to improve outcomes for Black women and girls with the help of research findings.

Participate in Our Research Studies

Participating in research is an opportunity for Black women and girls to advocate for themselves and their communities. By sharing  perspectives and experiences, we can work towards a more inclusive society. Whether you are a Black woman, the parent of a Black girl, or a representative from an institution or organisation, you can get involved in our research and make a positive impact.