EYST are conducting a survey about experience of Black, Asian and ethnic minority people living in Wales. By minority ethnic, we mean any person with any heritage other than White British. This includes people with African or Asian heritage; people with mixed heritage; and people from countries outside of the UK and people with Gypsy, Roma or Traveller Heritage.
The survey is anonymous and asks questions about people’s experience of belonging in their neighbourhood/city, access to key services, access to education and good employment, and experiences of racism. At the close of the survey, we will use the information to write a report. This report will be used to identify gaps in services and provide evidence to positively influence Welsh Government and other agencies so that future services can be improved to better meet the needs of ethnic minority people in Wales.
If you are an minority ethnic person living in Wales, please fill out the survey using the link below. Likewise, if you are a partner or friend of EYST, please share this link through your networks and encourage/support people to complete it.
The survey is open until 31 December 2018.