EDI Scotland provides research and data consultancy on issues related to equality, diversity and inclusion in Scotland.
Data, research and evidence-based solutions are powerful tools in the fight against injustice and inequality. EDI Scotland promotes robust research with a radical edge and works with organisations (big and small) to make Scotland a fairer place for everyone.
EDI Scotland is directed by Dr Kevin Guyan, a mixed methods researcher based in Edinburgh with over nine years research experience across academia, higher education and the voluntary sector.
Research consultancy might include:
- Surveys– advice on survey design, participant recruitment and quantitative/qualitative data analysis.
- Focus groups– support to write an effective discussion guide, successfully facilitate focus groups, recruit participants and analyse qualitative data.
- One-to-one interviews– support to write effective interview questions, conduct telephone or face-to-face interviews, recruit participants and analyse qualitative data.
- Ethics, consent, data security and GDPR– advice on research ethics, participant consent, data security and ensuring that your project is GDPR compliant.
- Equality monitoring questions – guidance on current best practice on question wording and response options for the nine protected characteristics in the 2010 Equality Act and other identity characteristics, such as socio-economic status.
- Funding and tenders – input on draft funding bids and invitations to tender.
- Monitoring and evaluating impact– guidance on the design of monitoring and evaluation measures, and analysis of impact.
- Dissemination– advice on how to maximise the dissemination of your findings via reports, infographics and workshops.
Whether you would like an informal chat over coffee or to arrange tailored support, please contact EDIscotland@outlook.com.