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I'd like to speak to women who've had high blood pressure in pregnancy for their input on a study that I'm designing. In return you'll receive £30.

For my PhD research, I am looking to speak to women who identify as both religious and minority ethnic, to discuss your experiences surrounding beauty, body image and representation on Instagram.

This exciting study is now open for recruitment and will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Click on the link to participate:

We are looking to speak to women who identify as racially minoritised and have experienced sexual violence, to hear your views about receiving treatment from mental health or substance use services.

Research supporting British Muslim ex-offenders, understanding their experiences having left the criminal justice system and providing policy recommendations on reintegration

- Live with 2 or more long-term physical or mental health conditions, AND - Pregnant in the last 5 years or planning a pregnancy What mother & baby outcomes are important to you Help shape research

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£10 Amazon voucher provided to participants in a research study for South Asian pregnant women

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I am doing a university project on the hijab ban in classrooms in Karnataka, India and am looking for UK Muslim women to speak to on their experience wearing the hijab in their education and workplace

Calling for female Muslim entrepreneurs participants! The impact of gender, ethnicity, and religion on female Muslim entrepreneurs in Great Britain.

An opportunity to take part in a research study on the impact of COVID-19 on Muslim communities living in Birmingham.

We would like to interview new mothers who are based in South London to share their experiences of the postnatal period.

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My dissertation is investigating barriers British South Asian Muslim women face due to being victims of domestic abuse. Responses from those willing to and who fit the profile would be appreciated.

Using poetry to empower other survivors who are coping through their own challenges, to give them strength to find their own value, self-worth, and hope for a brighter future.


We are looking for compassionate and level-headed volunteers to provide our service users with the relevant information, advice, support and when necessary, make referrals.

🔥 Thursday May 19th 2022 🔥 7 sessions 🔥 8.15pm- 10pm 🔥 Zoom Program To book Message Samia on 07900110293/

My name is Henrietta Graham, and I am a doctoral researcher at Loughborough University, currently running a weight management study. If you are interested, please email me at

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A free playwriting group for Muslim Women in Islington to connect and express stories. This space of openness is for writers of all abilities, with weekly writing exercises and prompts

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I am writing a post on Hijabis in the Workplace (UK) at work for IWD. I am hoping to hear the experiences of different Hijabi women in a workplace setting (of any kind - industry/position etc.).

Opportunity to help develop a questionnaire for South Asian people about adverse childhood experiences (bullying, physical abuse, emotional abuse, underage marriage, and other experiences)

Seeking participants for research investigating maternal healthcare experiences, discrimination and racism.

Please help us to shape research into the use of AI in UK breast screening services

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Research project investigating the experiences of domestic abuse and how these experiences can affect a woman's livelihood and identity.

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I am currently writing an undergraduate dissertation, which involves conducting research to support my arguments and aims which are to investigate the experiences of domestic abuse for Bangladeshi (W)

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I am a college student in Wales completing a project into sexism in Islam entitled 'Women in Islam - Oppressed or Liberated'. This is a survey that will go towards my primary research .

Despite employers’ best intentions and a world-wide movement for change, women are still getting a raw deal at work. This book investigates the underlying causes of this enduring reality.

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Queen Mary University of London are conducting research to help improve alcohol support for people who identify as South Asian.

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WE NEED YOUR THOUGHTS! The Labyrinth Project is a new initiative, designed to improve outcomes for women using services in Birmingham. Please take our short survey!

Seeking mothers to take part in 1:1 interviews. If you have you have given birth during the covid-19 pandemic & identify as Black...we want to hear about your experiences.

Disabled people are invited to share their thoughts and ideas on how to make the Big Changes coming to Bristol good for Disabled people and the planet.

My name is Joanna and MWNUK has kindly offered me the opportunity to share a post about the research project I am currently working on. Thank you in advance for reading!

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"@OpenMyMosque", is an initiative to collect information that will help understand what UK #Muslimwomen need from mosques and gather all kinds of experiences of using #UKmosques. Dear Friend,

A short film putting a face to the women in the UK who have been assaulted or harassed, with an aim to educate viewers on the issue

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Useful resources for women who have experienced pregnancy, labour and birth.

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