Navigating Space under Lockdown: Perspectives and Experiences of Young Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Adults - Survey
If you are aged 18-35 from a BAME background and have been affected by Covid-19 and associated ‘lockdown’ responses, we would like to hear from you!
The needs and experiences of young people from minority ethnic backgrounds have been largely absent from public policy and debate relating to the pandemic. To help address this gap, The Ubele Initiative has teamed up with University College London to develop a survey exploring the impacts of COVID-19 on young Black Asian and Minority Ethnic adults (18-35) in England. Participate in our survey and tell us how COVID-19 and related lockdown measures have affected your personal circumstances and wellbeing.
There will x10 £25 Amazon vouchers given away, as part of a prize draw. Instructions on how to enter are can be found on completion of the survey.
The survey questions have been co-produced with the support of 12 young researchers, social activists and change makers in their communities as part of the Navigating Space under Lockdown project funded by The National Lottery Community Fund. Our overall aim is to better understand the immediate implications of the pandemic on BAME young people and their communities across England. The project aims to document lockdown experiences of young BAME adults’ through film, photography and other creative methods.
The information that you share with us will be fully anonymised and will help to improve our understanding of the effects of the pandemic on racialized/minoritised communities in England. Research findings will be shared with a wider audience via a webinar event in Spring 2021 and will help shape The Ubele Initative’s related campaigning and advocacy work to influence government policy.
Please share the survey with your friends and groups.