Examples of Bristol’s work:

Families kept apart

How do families separated by UK Immigration Laws cope with uncertainty? How can they be supported? This research project seeks to experiment with new ways to provide support for those affected.

Kept apart, illustrated booklet

Motherhood in a climate crisis

What are women’s concerns and questions when contemplating motherhood in the climate crisis? What methods are effective in facilitating non-judgemental dialogue between women who have made different reproduction choices?

Families and impact of migration

In a conversation recorded at the plot in summer 2021, Katharine Charsley, Professor of Migration Studies, and Savita Wilmott, CEO The Natural History Consortium , talk about the COVID-19 pandemic, about the visibility of family separation and environmental narratives about people visiting nature and nature visiting people. Click below to listen!