The Ubele Initiative is looking for 12 BAME adults (18-30 year olds) to participate in a 4 month project to capture and share young BAME adults’ experiences of Covid-19 and associated lockdown responses.
Are you a young adult from a Black, Asian and/or Minority Ethnic (BAME) background?
Are you aged 18-30?
Are you interested in participating in a 4 month project to gather your experiences and those of your peers, to find out How Covid-19 has affected you and your communities?
Do you live in one of the 6 regions in England? South West, North West, West Midlands, Midlands East, South East and Greater London
What is this project about?
If you have concerns around the current pandemic crisis and its impact on your community; enjoy multi-media approaches, sharing stories (yours included) and uploading digital content (video-conferencing, social media, mobile video uploads) or are eager to learn (training will be provided) – then join Ubele on this unique journey.
This collaborative project between The Ubele Initiative and University College London will allow them to better understand the immediate implications of Covid-19 on BAME communities. As an intergenerational organisation, Ubele creates opportunities to surface the views, experiences, and voices of young adults 18+.
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Deadline: 9 November 2020