Ethics

This research has received ethics approval from UCD, Brock Univeristy and the University of Brighton.

Phase one of the project involved conducting interviews and questionnaires with people who are concerned about or opposed to changes related to sexualities, sex/gender and/ or abortion. This phase is now complete. Phase two involves bringing together people with a range of different opinions on sexualities, sex/ gender and/ or abortion. Relevant information related to the ethics of data collection is available on this page.

Our Privacy Policy includes key ethics details regarding how we treat personal and research data.

Interview Information Sheets and Consent Forms can be downloaded here.

Participant information sheet for discussion groups and artist-led workshops can be downloaded here. A short leaflet summarising key information is here.

Information on the way we use questionnaire data is outlined here.

Workshops will take place later in the project. Ethical approval for these will be sought prior to releasing information about them.