More info about project (last version 15/11/2020)

The POSTBREXIT Marie Sklodowska Curie Research Project is active in the Department of Politics at the University of Sussex, and currently, it is developing an important study on the Brexit consequences.

The Brexit case is particularly interesting for this research. Hence, this project aims to offer a comprehensive analysis of this new phenomenon and its impact on your party politics. Thus to understand its structures, organisation and membership; the key issues and claims that define its agenda; and also how it seeks to challenge UK parties.

To this end, We are particularly keen to include the “voice” of the party members in this research.

Hence, in the following, if you will sign up for our newsletter, you will be contacted in the spring-summer of 2021 by a researcher from the University of Sussex to receive all the information necessary for participation in the research project.

In particular, in the next spring-summer, you will receive an invite to complete a short web survey with some questions concerning political activism, participation as well as relevant current affairs. The results of this survey will be of invaluable help to understand the profile, views, and aims of Your party’s supporters.

This survey will only take 10 minutes to complete. The participants’ privacy will be fully protected. Indeed, the survey is completely anonymous, and therefore none of their personal data will be disclosed. Furthermore, the information that they will provide will be used solely for this research, and no one else will have access to it.

For this reason, We ask you to send this communication to people potentially interested in this research to inform them that Brexit research is underway and that any help provided will be valuable to understand the importance and impact of this phenomenon.

 Participation in the research is voluntary.

Should you have any queries concerning the survey, please do not hesitate to contact us at the e-mail address provided below. Thank you very much.

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