Working with service users affected by welfare conditionality? Help needed

April 20, 2015     Leave a Comment

Our research team is conducting confidential interviews with both practitioners and welfare service users. If you work with people affected by welfare sanctions and support, can you help by putting us in touch with them? We especially want to hear from people in these places:

Glasgow: migrants (asylum seekers, those with refugee status or with other leave to remain), social tenants, offenders or experiencing measures for anti-social behaviour
Greater Manchester: Universal Credit claimants or experiencing measures for anti-social behaviour
Bristol: jobseekers and lone parents
Inverness: Universal Credit claimants
London: lone parents.
We’re also running focus groups for practitioners working in the fields of ASB, offending, migration,¬†jobseeking, family intervention and social housing.

Focus group for those working with offenders: 2pm Thursday 30 April, Glasgow.
Focus group for those working on ASB: 2pm Wednesday 6 May, Glasgow.
Focus group for practitioners and organisations working on Universal Credit: Wednesday 13 May, 1pm, Bath
Can you help us? Send us an email.
Find out more about our research project here.

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