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The FIAT Project ( wants to hear what YOU have to say about politics in the UK. If you live around Islington-London come to share your voice from the 29/09 to the 01/10.

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We need women from around the UK to join our Patient Advisory Group (PAG)

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.

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This is a fully-funded PhD studentship opportunity for which the application deadline date is 15th August 2021. Interviews will be held on 19th and 20th August 2021. For more details, see below.

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I am conducting informal interviews with victim-survivors who have disclosed to a friend, family member or partner. Please email me to take part:

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We are looking for a small number of people to take part in a Care Quality Commission (CQC) led focus group discussing the way we assess the quality of care in health services.

A FREE virtual women's wellbeing and self-development workshop led by professionals, that will run 6 sessions over the course of 3 weeks!

Currently seeking female students from UK universities who wear a type of headwear (e.g. hijab) on a regular basis for research focussing on Islamophobia, Discrimination and Hate Crime at university.

Take this survey about mental health support and help us to understand the wellbeing needs of the Muslim community.

Applications are open now - find out more about what the show involves and how you can apply here!

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,

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I'm looking to speak to those who have experienced difficulties in resettling in the community during COVID-19. For example, lack of work, support due to social distancing, or reduced mental health.

We're working with a national mental health charity to better understand how you navigate and manage your mental health.

Sangini's arts project 'Srijoni' explores the impact of the Covid pandemic on women from Muslim communities and will culminate in an exhibition at Arts Centre Washington. Opening on 18 May 2021

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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Offer of postgraduate (MA and PhD ) funding for the coming autumn - October 2021 with an application deadline of 21 May 2021

To read MWNUK's full statement, head to our website:

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Social research with women aged between 45 and 60

Women / partners with recent childbirth experiences needed for COVID Health Inequalities Project.

The government is seeking views to inform the development of their Women's Health Strategy. You can respond by filling in an online survey, view for more information.

I will be studying disturbances and changes to their life and social roles due to the increased need of in-home care, both with their ICU discharge as well as COVID. How have their lives been affected

Salam, I am doing a study on the changes and disruptions in the social roles and lives of COVID patients and family members in the UK due to the increased need for care in the home post ICU discharge

Read about Women's History Month, feminist health news, pop culture highlights, and empowering advice!

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£10 Amazon e-gift voucher available for pregnant women and midwives to share their views on weight management during pregnancy

Sign up to this fully loaded e-newsletter, with info on wellbeing, nutrition, food and mood to improve your physical and mental health.

Our Community Champions are residents of Birmingham who want to make a real difference in their communities, by engaging, informing and inspiring others. Help us to continue making lives better.

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This study aims to understand the impact of the present COVID-19 lockdown on the home lives of women from ethnic minority communities (specifically from the Black, Asian and Mixed Ethnic groups).

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

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