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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Further research into engagement with individuals with lived experience of gambling harms (GA)

Updates

May 2022

Minority communities research consortium is now in the delivery phase with a quantitative research report due in 2022/23. In November 2021 a contract was awarded to a consortium of IFF Research, University of Bristol and GamCare Women’s Programme to delivery an 18-month research programme on women's lived experiences of gambling. Initial findings from this research were published in February 2022.

October 2021

Grant to bulid knowledge of the lived experience of gambling harms amongst minority communities was awarded in Sept 2021 to a consortium led by Ipsos MORI with the Centre on the Dynamics of Ethnicity (CODE) at University of Manchester and ClearView and its community partners.

November 2020

GambleAware will issue an Invitation to Tender for research into the lived experience of the following in Q3:

  • women
  • people from minority ethnic and minority religion communities.
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