Taraki often conducts research into a range of activities to help develop, share and progress knowledge around mental health in Punjabi communities.
In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, some Punjabi men have supported their mental health through digital peer support interventions. However, there is little research which reflects upon the impact of peer support education for people who identify as culturally, linguistically, or geographically Punjabi. This review aims to map, discuss and appraise the scholarly literature concerning Punjabi communities and peer support education. This literature review was produced as a part of our Digital Social Connections Challenge project funded by Movember. The project involves developing peer support training for Punjabi men to help the development of peer support spaces.