British Blind Sport and Traverse looking for paid volunteers from ethnic communities to participate in research
Individual discussion about physical activity
Traverse, an independent research organisation is working with British Blind Sport, a charity that makes sport and recreational activities accessible to people who are blind and partially sighted.
Together we are doing research about barriers to physical activity among blind and partially sighted people from ethnically diverse communities.
As part of this project, we are interested in speaking to blind and partially sighted people from ethnically diverse communities about their experiences of taking part in physical activity and sports.
You do not need to be part of a sports team or do any regular physical activity. We are interested in speaking to blind and partially sighted people with both positive and less positive experiences when it comes to being active.
The discussions will last up to one hour and be over the phone or on Zoom – whichever is more convenient for you.
You can receive £40 as a thank you for your time and are also able to claim an additional £20 to contribute towards any accessibility support you may require.
If you are interested in taking part, please email BBSresearch@traverse.ltd by 16 November 2022, and we will provide you with more information.
You can find out more about Traverse on their website.
You can find out more about British Blind Sport on their website.