Welfare Conditionality is a research project funded by the Economic & Social Research Council. The research project has been established to find out a) how effective conditionality is in changing the behaviour of those receiving benefits and b) whether there are particular circumstances in which the use of conditionality may, or may not be, justifiable.
The research study is focussed on several cities across the UK, one of which is Glasgow. The Research Team are now recruiting participants who live in Glasgow and are migrants (seeking asylum, with refugee status or other leave to remain status), are social tenants, offenders or experiencing anti-social behaviour. If you would like to take part in the study, or, if you work with people who might fit the criteria get in touch with the Research Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like more information about the project visit the project website.