Everyday Integration - a collaborative research project

18th February 2021

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Everyday Integration is a collaborative research project between the University of Bristol, Bristol City Council and over 30 community organisations across the city.

We are looking to interview Bristolians from diverse backgrounds and different parts of the city on their varied experiences of social, economic and civic life in Bristol.

The purpose of the interviews are to gain a better understanding of what helps and hinders positive relations in the city, with a particular focus on economic factors and the impact of Covid-19 and accompanying policy responses. Obviously hospitality is a key sector that has been especially hard hit by the pandemic and the lockdown and we are keen to interview people who work, or used to work, in this sector. This could be at any level – business owners, tour guides, hotel and restaurant staff. We are interested in how people within this field have navigated and adapted their working and social lives during this challenging time.

Interviews will take place online, and will last approximately one hour. Participants will receive £20 in the form of a high street voucher for their time. Participation is voluntary and anonymous. 

If you are interested please contact natalie.hyacinth@bristol.ac.uk for further information. 

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