Community Testimony Day: The impact of Covid-19 policing

Community Testimony Day: The impact of Covid-19 policing

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Come and share your views and/or experiences of policing under Covid-19 and for a chance two win one of two £20 vouchers!

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This online event is led by Co-POWeR, a research project and consortium formed by the Universities of Leeds, Sussex, Goldsmiths, UEL, Southampton, South Wales, Royal Holloway, UCL and Warwick. We are investigating practices of wellbeing and resilience in Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic families and communities (BAMEFC).

By the end of 2022, when this study concludes, Co-POWeR aims to provide evidenced recommendations to enable official mitigation of disproportionate damage to wellbeing and resilience in BAMEFC.

This Community Testimony Day will be collecting testimonies and views of BAME families and communities on the policing of emergency powers (e.g., mandatory face masks, restrictions for outdoor gatherings, etc).

Although the event will run from 2 pm to 5.30 pm, you can join at any time to share your testimony/opinions and for a chance to win one of two £20 vouchers which will be raffled among all attendees.

The Zoom link to join will be provided closer to the date.

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE REGISTERING:

1. You must be 18 years or older at the time of registering

2. You are happy to be audio-recorded

3. Although audio-recorded, all testimonies will be kept strictly condidential and we will end the sesison with de-escalation activities.

4. We are collecting demographic data on Age, Gender Identity and Ethnicity. You can choose not to respond but we would appreciate your data (kept strictly confidential) as this will help us understand better the different impacts of policing under Covid-19 on BAME families and communities.

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