Consultation

For women especially ‘levelling up’ means investment in people, not just roads and rail

After months of speculation, the government has given HS2 – a high speed railway connecting the North and South of England and costing an estimated £100 billion – the green light. Investment in this physical infrastructure are welcome: but if this new government is committed to ‘levelling up’ underfunded regions it is not just high speed railways and buses that are needed but investment in social infrastructure. Read the full blog here

Gamcare Womens Programme Survey

Gamcare Women's Programme have put together a simple survey to collect and collate the views of women affected by gambling (their own, someone else's). " Our programme is designed to ensure that women who need support can access the right help for them at the right time. The information participants provide will help us to ensure that women’s voices are a cornerstone of the programme, and enable us to represent their interests across all the areas we work in."

LGBTQ Advocacy Survey

Connected Voice Advocacy would appreciate your help to evidence need for LGBTQ+ Independent Advocacy support in health and social care. There is plenty of evidence to suggest that LGBTQ+ people experience discrimination and inequality but very little evidence about what works to address this.
 
We have produced a short survey to help us gain some information about experiences of LGBTQ people in accessing health and social care.
Please circulate amongst your LGBTQ+ networks:

SMK's Annual Campaigners Survey

Are you a campaigner? 'Campaigning' means different things to different people. We see it as any activity designed to change policy, law, attitudes or behaviours. 

Are you part of civil society? We are interested in campaigning by charities, non-profit-making groups (including community enterprises), or volunteers, who act collectively to press for change.  

Every year, the Sheila McKechnie Foundation (SMK) asks campaigners what’s going on in their world.

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