ARK is pleased to announce that the data from its 3 public attitudes surveys will be released soon.
On 14 June, data from the 2018 Northern Ireland Life and Times survey will be available at www.ark.ac.uk/nilt . Topics include good relations, minority ethnic groups, respect, perceptions of paramilitary activity, and politics.
On 25 June, data from the 2018 Young Life and Times survey of 16 year olds (www.ark.ac.uk/ylt), and the 2018 Kids’ Life and Times survey of 10-11 years (www.ark.ac.uk/klt) will be available online. Topics include good relations, politics, citizenship, and shared education.
ARK is holding 2 events to mark the release of its latest public attitudes survey data:
14 June: ‘The Missing T: Baselining Attitudes Towards Transgender people in Northern Ireland’. Siobhán McAlister (SSESW) and Gail Neill (UU) will present new findings on attitudes towards transgender people, using data from the 2018 Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey. This event will be held in the MAC, starting at 10.30.
25 June: Key findings from the 2018 Young Life & Times (16 year olds) and Kids’ Life & Times (10-11 year olds) will be highlighted at an event in Youth Action, starting at 10.45.
The events are free, but places need to be booked in advance. Full details are available on the ARK website www.ark.ac.uk