At work I develop new methods for reaching and working with marginalised communities, advancing the participatory action research approach to social research
Below are a selection of qualitative and quantitative public research projects I have led on throughout my professional career:
Wealth inequality and poverty stigma
A Toynbee Hall participatory action research (PAR) project commissioned by Debt Free London on developing accessible and empowering debt advice serivces, October 2021.
A Toynbee Hall PAR project commissioned by the Greater London Authority to inform development of the Skills Roadmap for London and approaches to improving access to adult education for Londoners, February 2022.
A Toynbee Hall PAR project commissioned by Tower Hamlets Council to
identify the drivers of poverty and solutions
for tackling them in Tower Hamlets, October 2021.
Ethnicity and religion
A Survation multi-level regression and poststratification (MRP) online survey of 11,701 adults in England and Wales, on behalf of the Woolf Institute, University of Cambridge, November 2020.
A Survation poll of 500+ BAME Scots on their experiences of discrimination commissioned as part of an ongoing project on behalf of Dr Nasar Meer, University of Edinburgh, September 2019.
Development and management of the Survation Jewish, Muslim, and BAME online and telephone opinion panels, including work for the Jewish Leadership Council, Aziz Foundation, and the Jewish Chronicle.