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Paid Opportunity to help make Brixton safer for women, girls and gender diverse people!

Transport for London (TfL) and the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) have been working together to make public space feel safer and more inclusive for women, girls and gender diverse people. As part of their programme of work, they have appointed architecture and urbanism practice, We Made That , to pilot Women's Safety Audits in 5 locations across London - with Brixton chosen as one of the locations.
 
We Made That are now looking for community researchers who identify as women and gender diverse to join them on this new and exciting project. The community researchers will help conduct research, test new engagement methods, and share insights about experiences of safety in London’s public places. 
 
Can you please share the link with your networks, organisations, community groups or interested people who might want to take part? This paid position is open to women and gender diverse people of all ages and backgrounds and no prior research experience is necessary. 

 


More information can be found here:

 https://www.wemadethat.co.uk/insight/community-researchers-open-call-making-london-safer-for-women-girls-and-gender-diverse-people . The closing date for applications is Friday 8th March at noon.

 

Any questions can be directed to communityresearch@wemadethat.co.uk 

Posted on 26th February 2024

by Community Safety and Resilience