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This project will help us understand the impact the March 15 terrorist attacks have had on the Christchurch Muslim community.

Recruitment for phase one of the March 15 Project has now closed.

Thank you to everyone who took part and also to those who helped to support this project.

The next round of data collection is likely to start in 2024. Further details will be provided closer to that time.

Summary of findings

These infographics summarise some of our early findings. At this stage everything is in English, but we plan to upload translations in other languages as soon as they are available.

One key aspect of this work has been the ongoing partnership between our team and the Christchurch Muslim community since the project was first proposed; that participatory approach has been critical to the success of the project.  We would especially like to acknowledge the involvement of our Community Reference Group. Their engagement has been greatly appreciated and their insights have been invaluable helping to guide the research process and analysis. Similarly, we would like to thank our Muslim Research Assistant team for all their work on this project over the past two and a half years.

Most importantly, we would also like to thank everyone who participated or supported the March 15 project.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact us:


The Youth March 15 Project: Weaving our own path

This project is dedicated to supporting your wellbeing after the March 15 attacks.

This is a weekly group wellbeing programme for teenagers in Christchurch impacted by the March 15th attacks.  It focuses on holistic health – we will not be focusing on the attacks.

Find out more about The Youth March 15 Project: Weaving our own path

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