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Don't let your experience of Covid-19 remain untold. Fill in the survey today!

Take part in the Evidence for Equality National Survey (EVENS)

The first and largest survey of its kind in the UK on the impact of Covid 19 - and the lockdowns - on ethnic and religious minority people is available in 14 languages

Survey closes in:

Everyone who completes the 30 minute survey will receive a gift voucher as a thank you

SURVEY DEADLINE
Wednesday 28th July 2021

You can take the survey in 14 languages: Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, English, Gujarati, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi: Gurmukhi, Punjabi: Urdu, Romanian, Somali, Turkish, Urdu, Welsh.

To take part in the survey over the phone call freephone:
0808 1296800

(This number is for a voicemail retrieval service, where you can leave your contact details and you will be called back to help answer your query or to conduct the registration survey to see if you are eligible for the main survey)

Everyone who completes the 30 minute survey will receive a gift voucher as a thank you
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About EVENS

What is EVENS?

EVENS is the UK’s first and largest survey of its kind to document the impact of Covid-19, and the lockdowns, on the lives of ethnic and religious minority people. Led by the Centre on the Dynamics of Ethnicity (CoDE), the survey aims to transform the policy landscape, inform work and campaigns for racial justice, and create a data legacy by providing robust evidence on a comprehensive range of issues facing ethnic and religious minority people during the pandemic.

WHY DOES YOUR OPINION MATTER?

We want to document your experiences of Covid-19 - and the lockdowns - alongside the wider general public, so that we can understand the views of different groups of people to inspire positive change locally and at government level. Your details will remain confidential.

WHAT WILL THE SURVEY COVER?

We will ask about how different areas of your life have been impacted during the pandemic, including your employment, finance, education, economic wellbeing, health, housing, policing, identity and experiences of discrimination and racism.

WHO WILL CONDUCT THE RESEARCH?

The research will be conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of researchers at The University of Manchester, The University of St Andrews and The University of Sussex. EVENS is part of the work of the Centre on the Dynamics of Ethnicity.

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