Social Integration research project
The City of Bradford implements an Integrated Communities Strategy based on a vision of building an integrated community where people from different backgrounds can live, learn, work, and socialise together. A society having shared rights, responsibilities, opportunities, and people live in peace and help each other.
The social integration research project consists of different research activities that will contribute information to support the work of equality, diversity and inclusion. It will address factors that influence where people live, why different ethnic groups live in certain areas. It will also examine how and why different ethnic groups attend certain schools. The project will also examine why people do not report hate crime incidents.
Please find the below document that explains more about this project and how you can take part. At the end of the document is a link that will take you to our survey.
Research contact details
If you have any questions or concern about any aspect of this study, please contact the Principal Investigator, Prof Udy Archibong via email at U.E.Archibong@bradford.ac.uk or the research fellow, Dr Colins Imoh at email@example.com. We will acknowledge your concern within seven working days and indicate how to resolve the issue. If you remain unhappy or wish to make a formal complaint, please contact the Chair of the Research Ethics Panel at the University of Bradford at firstname.lastname@example.org who will seek to resolve the matter as soon as possible.
Social Integration research project - Factors in hate crime reporting information sheet
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Factors in hate crime reporting information sheet
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