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JRF: poverty and ethnicity – social networks

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation invites proposals for its call on poverty and ethnicity – social networks.

This aims to explore how the experience of accessing social networks differ across a range of people in different ethnic groups and how this impacts on their ability to escape poverty. The foundation expects the research to include fieldwork in at least two locations in the UK and involve people from a range of ethnic groups, including settled and established minority ethnic groups, newer groups and white ethnicities. Locations should be chosen to show differential impacts in terms of place. One project, worth up to £80,000 for a period of eight months, will be funded.

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