If you would like to be involved in the project there are currently two ways in which you can do this which are listed below.
I am particularly interested in the views of those who have some kind of a connection to the Falklands/Malvinas or the 1982 war. For example but not limited to, those who have a link to the Islands, those who fought during the war or know someone who did, those who have taken part in or organised commemorative activities around the war, or those who have been involved in documenting the war in some way.
But, I am also interested in the views of those who have no connection to the war but who recognise this image as iconic in some way, and for whom it triggers particular memories or thoughts about the war but also beyond.
The first way in which you can be involved in the project is by completing the secure online questionnaire. This questionnaire will ask you about your responses to ‘The Yomper’ including whether it evokes any memories for you, and what you think it has come to represent over time. You can complete the Questionnaire by clicking here where you will be directed to a consent form that you need to complete to demonstrate that you fully understood the terms of your participation and consent to take part. Once you have completed the consent form you will be directed to the questionnaire.
The second way in which you can be involved in the project is by agreeing to be interviewed. You can volunteer for interview, and find out more information about the process by clicking here.
If you would like more information about any of the above please contact me on my email firstname.lastname@example.org