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Public Arts Health & Us (PAHUS)
Bridging Artists, Academics & Audiences for a Common Communication Language
Co-POWeR: Consortium on Practices of Well-being and Resilience in Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Families and Communities is an 18-month project funded by UKRI/ESRC, to investigate the combined impact of two viruses – COVID-19 and racial discrimination on Black Asian and Minority ethnic families and communities, who have been hardest hit by the pandemic co-power.leeds.ac.uk
The consortium made up of nine UK universities has examined the social, cultural and economic consequences of the viruses on the everyday lives of ethnic minorities through first-hand narratives, and how they impacted on people’s physical, mental and emotional health and wellbeing.
Co-POWeR Project: PHOtobook Exhibiton
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Media & Blogs: "How I work with Co-POWeR to communicate research using photographs"
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