Welcome to the UK ‘LGBTQ* Covid-19 Lockdown 18-60 Experiences’ Research Project Website
We want to hear about your experiences – good or bad or both!
We have a NEW, short, anonymous online survey which we would really appreciate you taking a look at. The survey is designed for LGBTQ* people aged 18-60 years, especially to find out about
your experiences with the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown measures.
Our UK data will also be added to an international study on LGBTQ* responses to the
All young people, regardless of sexual orientation or identity, deserve a safe and supportive environment in which to achieve their full potential.– Harvey Milk
Latest from the Blog
From the Bookish the Birkbeck Library blog: http://blogs.bbk.ac.uk/library/ Lockdown research: how COVID-19 and Open Access shaped a new project While the COVID-19 pandemic has greatly affected teaching, it has also had a major impact on research at Birkbeck. We spoke to Dr Fiona Tasker about her work, and how COVID-19 and Open Access have influenced it. Fiona is a Reader in Psychology at the College, and tookContinue reading “Fiona Tasker talks about Lockdown research: how COVID-19 shaped the project”
Club Kali have free well-being workshops around domestic abuse, healthy relations Covid resilience mental/physical/sexual health etc, with a partner charity, spectra-london. The workshops start on 27th October. The workshops are open to everyone who identifies as LGBTQIA+ and the content recognises BAME experiences but is open to all faith/communities. You can register for these here:Continue reading “Free Club Kali Well-Being Workshops”
Psychosocial Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Mental Health of LGBTQ+ Young Adults: A Cross-Cultural Comparison across Six Nations
Across the world, people have seen their lives interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The preliminary results of an international comparison exploring how COVID-19 severity and lockdown response increased or decreased the psychosocial effects of the pandemic in six countries (Portugal, UK, Italy, Brazil, Chile, and Sweden) among LGBTQ+ young adults, showed that European participants reported lower levelsContinue reading “Psychosocial Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Mental Health of LGBTQ+ Young Adults: A Cross-Cultural Comparison across Six Nations”
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