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BCU Interns talk Commonwealth Games and Brexit!

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Two of our amazing BCU students have recently worked with the Centre for Brexit Studies.
They set out to conduct some research in order to identify the impact of the 2022 Commonwealth Games on the Perry Barr constituency of Birmingham.

Yasmeen Zaman, a BCU psychology with sociology student and Emily Hinds, a BCU psychology student, have spent a lot of their summer holiday break interviewing for their project. Their aim was to gain a further understanding on the feelings around the Games coming to Birmingham.

Here at BCUSU, we were sad to see our Perry Barr campus being demolished but, we are all very excited to welcome the 2022 Commonwealth Games to our wonderful city!

If you'd like to read more about the research project that these two students took part in, please click HERE.

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