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  1. Dear all, I hope you are well. I am currently a doctorial student looking to speak with our Sikh brothers and sisters who have moved from India to the UK. I am wanting to understand the experiences of sikhs who have migrated and how they have found this. I would ideally like to talk to people over zoom, with some cha about their experiences. Please see my poster below for more details. Do let me know if you have any questions. Feel free to contact me on email: sidhus1@roehampton.ac.uk or here. Thank you
  2. Gurfateh all, My name is Dr Jasjit Singh, Associate Professor at the University of Leeds.I have recently put together an online survey to examine how Sikhs engagewith Sikhi online. This survey is based on a similar survey which I ran aspart of my PhD. I am now re-running the survey to see what has changed over the past 10years, focusing on digital innovations and on the online space. Anyone whoself identifies as 'Sikh' is welcome to respond. The survey link is here: https://leeds.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/sikhsurvey I am looking for responses from Sikh living anywhere of any age. Pleasefeel free to disseminate to any relevant contacts. Many thanks, Jasjit.
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    Sikhi around the world

    I wonder if we can work together to produce a sort of idea of what Sikhi is like in various countries around world. Especially out of india. Things like - how much sangat seem serious about sikhi - regular gurdwara, Sikhi saroop etc - youth interest in sikhi - availability to learn gurmukhi, santhiya, kirtan, gatka etc - amount of community engagements like nagar kirtan, hola mahala gathering, major yearly smagms, sikhi camps - any places doing especially good job keeping sikhi alive we can learn ideas from?
  4. Sat Sri Akaal everyone! My name is Raman, and I am conducting a research study to explore the influence of culture on perceptions of social issues among second-generation Punjabi Canadians. Completing this study should only take around 30 minutes, and you may enter your email at the end for a chance to win one of SIX $20 cash prizes! To be eligible to participate, you must: Be a second generation immigrant (parents were born in India, but you were born in Canada) OR you immigrated to Canada before the age of 5 Have a basic comprehension of the Punjabi language Be over the age of 18 I would truly appreciate all eligible individuals to complete this survey, or to share it with people who fit the criteria. We are looking to explore cultural perceptions of critical social issues, and would be grateful for your participation! I will also be glad to share the results when the survey window has elapsed! To access the survey, please click the following link: https://ualbertapsychology.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d57eKIkQdXK2p37 Note: Please complete the survey on a computer or laptop rather than a mobile device. Thank you for your time. Intercultural Communication Lab, University of Alberta, Dept. of Psychology Kim Noels, Professor Ramanjot Kalher, Undergraduate Student The plan for this study has been reviewed by a Research Ethics Board at the University of Alberta (Ref# Pro00091492).
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    Channel 4 film research

    I am currently researching a film for Film 4 centred around the life of the Sikh population in Smethwick in 1964. I am looking to interview local people who lived through that time, so they would be in their late 70's or 80's. If anyone out there could offer any help with this it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Dean O'Loughlin 07703 319 516.
  6. This British scholar in the 19th century studied Sikhism in India. He translated the whole of Guru Granth Sahib into English and was the first to do so. Later on he converted to Sikhism.
  7. Report by Dr Manpreet Singh https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=http://mu.ac.in/portal/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Dr.-Manpreet-Singh-Report-on-Canada-visit.pdf&ct=ga&cd=CAEYRyoUMTEwMjExNzc1MzY2MzUyODg0NzgyHDYxY2M0ZDYyZGZjYmY1OWM6Y28uaW46ZW46SU4&usg=AFQjCNHTVnEx5fkiCAMreGmDBPS5JQAFkw
  8. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-32132377
  9. Dear All Forum Users, I am currently studying the Doctorate Practitioner in Counselling Psychology at the University of Wolverhampton. As part of my training, I am conducting a research into: “Impact of Religion and Spirituality on Wellbeing within an Asian-Faith Community: How can Counselling Psychologists help?” I am writing to request your valuable time and participation in my study. This study intends to explore the spiritual and religious experience of the Sikh community in particular in relation to their wellbeing. My aim is to increase the knowledge base within the Psychology field in the hope of helping the Asian Faith community access mental health services. I would like to interview twenty Sikhs (male or female) who have been practicing their religion for at least 2-3 years within the West Midlands. This interview will take place at your local Sikh Gurdwara or Health Centre and will last for about 45 minutes. The interviews will be audio taped so I can analyse them fully to improve our understanding. Please be assured that all interviews will be kept strictly confidential and personal information will be removed from the transcripts. Any information collated will only be used for educational purposes. If anyone is interested to take part, please private message me on this forum and let me know how you would like to be contacted (e.g., telephone, email, post). I will then send you an information sheet and a consent form with more details of the study. I would like to add that as the questions on religion and spirituality might bring up sensitive issues to some, it is not advisable to take part if you are currently going through a difficult period. The interview is not an alternative therapeutic treatment for people who partake in. Unfortunately, I will not be able to provide any therapeutic treatments as a result of you taking part. I hope you may appreciate this. Thank you for your time. :respect: Kind regards, Mandeep Kaur.
  10. Gurinder Singh Mann UK goes through a number of historical manuscripts and relics in relation to Sri Dasam Granth. Covering a swords, a breastplate and a copper plate of Guru Gobind Singh. His presentation also reveals the first English translation of Sri Bachitra Natak. Visit www.sikhscholar.co.uk
  11. Hello all! I have been quite upset by the prejudices people hold against other religions, so have been trying to write a book which can educate adults and children on the basics of major religions, showing the links between them. However, I am personally not a Sikh, so would be very grateful if you could look over this document and tell me what I should add/subtract/change please? Sorry to trouble you all, but if you do help, it would be most kind :')
  12. Sikh Research Institute UK Tour 18th October - 21st October Harinder SIngh of SikhRI will be delivering a series of interactive and thought-provoking seminars on current affairs for Sikhs. 18 October Religion in Modern Society University Building, City University 6:00pm–7:00pm London, England 19 October Governance & Politics of the Sikh Gurus *** RSVP mandatory: randeep.s.sidhu@uk.pwc.com *** PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP 6:00pm-7:15pm BST London, England 20 October Sikh Civil Rights Movement Gurdwara Singh Sabha Barking 7:00pm-8:30pm BST Ilford, England 21 October 1984 & You Guru Tegh Bahadur Gurdwara12:00pm-1:30pm BST Leicester, England For more info visit www.sikhRI.org/events of contact the UK co-ordinator on Jagdeep.Singh@sikhRI.org Watch the trailer here:
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