Equanimity Research Hub

From its inception, Equanimity endeavoured to be a research-led organisation. We wanted our work to be relevant, impactful, meaningful and continually meeting the needs of those we serve. We are now looking to partner with organisations and higher education institutions who want to conduct meaningful research that can influence positive change and tangible benefits to communities. We have access to a core pool of Community Researchers for any research projects we are commissioned for. The CRs were trained and accredited under the USE-IT! project with the University of Birmingham.Each CR has their own research interest and expertise. They also have personal knowledge of, and contacts in particular communities and speak the relevant language(s). Please get in touch at research@equanimity.org.uk to see how we can work together, including doing joint funding applications for research which is beneficial to all.

Sat, May 01, 2021

How Has Child Food Insecurity Been Impacted During the Covid-19 Pandemic (Birmingham UK)

Parents, guardians and carers in the Birmingham area were interviewed to reveal their experiences of accessing food and out-of-school services…

Fri, Oct 01, 2021

Home schooling during the Pandemic: Digital Deprivation and Home Relationships

We asked ten families in the Birmingham area about their experiences of home schooling.  Schools were closed in the UK,…

Fri, Jan 01, 2021

Childhood food insecurity (Birmingham UK)

Interviews were conducted with parents, carers/guardians of school aged children and experts in the field to uncover the impact of…

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