Future of Legal Gender
We are currently looking for volunteers to reflect on their understandings and experiences of gender in everyday life. We are recruiting a range of people who are over 18 and live in England or Wales. You will be asked to reflect on your gender experiences through a face-to-face interview with one of our research team. The interview will aim to explore your understandings and interpretations of gender and will last for 60 to 90 minutes. For parents of young children, the interview will seek to explore both your own and your child/ren’s understandings, interpretations, and experiences of gender.
The Future of Legal Gender project is a critical law reform project aiming to explore the question of ‘legal gender’. This particular strand of the research aims to explore what legal gender status means for the general public, and whether it matters to individuals in their everyday lives. The wider project is based at King’s College London, but this strand of the research is based at Loughborough University.
We would be very grateful if you were able to circulate this amongst your networks – perhaps staff, volunteers, parents etc. Anyone who may be interested in participating, and/or would like to find out more, can contact Han Newman via firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Participate’ in the subject line.
Further information on the project can also be found via the web address in the below email signature.
Many thanks for your time.
The FLaG Research Team