How do parents of different backgrounds bring their children up to have a sense of who they are?
We are looking for parents who are from different racial, ethnic or faith backgrounds, to take part in a research project about what is important to them in bringing up their children.
We want to talk to mothers and fathers in 'mixed' relationships with at least one child aged between 7 and 11. The interviews are informal and completely confidential, and can take place whenever is convenient for you.
If you would like to talk to us about any aspect of the research to help you to decide whether to take part, we will be happy to answer your questions by telephone or email, and we can call you back at a convenient time:
Our experienced research team is based at London South Bank University and the National Family and Parenting Institute and our project is funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, which is an independent charity.