Voices Through The Lens research project
Glasgow Caledonian University researchers have launched a new project to help young ethnic minority people explore their experiences of mental health stigma and discrimination through photography.
Researchers are working closely with their community partners at the ILFA Project, which works mainly with young people from ethnic minority backgrounds in Glasgow to navigate more inclusive futures.
Researchers plan to publish two research papers – the first will be a review on the effectiveness of photo voice by the end of the year and the second will be the results of Voices Through The Lens pilot project next year.
The project is funded by See Me Scotland, and will run until the end of August 2024.