Community Peer Researchers wanted for West Midlands-wide project
Come and join an innovative project to help shape our understanding of how to build a more inclusive society and economy.
Would you like to:
– engage more with your community and area
– gain a GCSE equivalent accredited qualification
– learn new skills and get paid to do community research
– amplify your individual voice, and the voice of your community
We will provide full training, fair payment, travel expenses, and full support throughout the project (until autumn 2023).
Training will take place in Coventry on the 20 June and 27 June. (Coventry).
Research will take place through July but we will avoid work in the school summer holiday period.
The project: ‘What does good look like?’ in terms of the local economy, environment and community?
We are looking for community researchers to join this project funded by West Midlands Combined Authority. They want to better understand how individuals, groups and communities understand ‘inclusive growth’, what it means to them, and how together we might achieve it. This is an opportunity to help your own community, engage with West Midlands residents through research, and help shape WMCA’s understanding of inclusive society and economy.
We are looking for individuals from the Birmingham area, Coventry and surrounds, and the Black Country, to do research in local neighbourhoods, and to engage with communities including different ethnic groups, identities, and in different locations.
Find out more
If you are interested, please contact the research team (email@example.com) by Monday 22 May to register for the introductory briefing online session on Friday, 26th May, 4pm [TBC]. Only registered participants will be admitted. For more information, and if you have any questions, please contact Kelly Bogue at firstname.lastname@example.org or James Rees at email@example.com