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Friday, 23 July 2010

New study of UK LGBT asylum seekers

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By Stephen Higgins

Have you come to the UK because of your sexuality? Are you seeking asylum or have been granted refugee status?

Would you be interested in taking part in research exploring your experiences since you have lived in the UK?

The study involves sharing your experiences of settling into life in the UK and will particularly focus on the kinds of experiences you have had, how you have coped with these experiences, and how you have found support and strength.

The study is fully confidential and anonymous and you would be contributing to an area that has been largely ignored, ie, what happens to LGBT asylum seekers and refugees once they have settled into the UK.

If you are interested, please get in touch and I will happily discuss any questions you have in more detail with you.
Steve Higgins (Trainee Clinical Psychologist)
Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology,
School of Psychology,
University of East London
Water Lane,
LONDON. E15 4LZ
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