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How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected experiences of home for ethnic minority, migrant and faith communities in Liverpool? This small and friendly event shares local findings from the Stay Home Stories project, with community researchers based in Liverpool giving a series of short talks on their work from the project. These will include interviews, podcasts and short films made with participants from migrant, ethnic minority and faith groups in the city.

There will also be a chance for you to ask questions about Liverpool project findings and time for an open discussion to explore how people across Liverpool have supported each other throughout the pandemic.

This event also launches a report based on these findings to be shared with local communities, civil society organisations, faith groups and policy makers. The Stay Home Stories project is a collaboration between the University of Liverpool, Queen Mary University of London, National Museums Liverpool, the Royal Geographical Society, Birkbeck, University of London and the Museum of the Home.

Please note: this is a hybrid event taking place in person at Toxteth Library and live streamed online.