EYST – Mapping of Grassroots Organisations supporting migrant communities in Wales

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Ethnic Minorities & Youth Support Team Wales (EYST) have been commissioned by the Welsh Government to undertake a mapping of grassroots organisations providing support to migrant communities in Wales. The aim of this research is to provide a comprehensive insight into organisations and individuals that are providing support to migrant communities across Wales.

The results of this project will inform the development of a Migration Integration Framework for Wales by December 2022, as part of the Migrant Integration Wales project. The framework will embed indicators and ways of working across Wales to more reliably assess integration and progress towards more integrated communities in the future.

Upon completion of this project, organisations providing services to migrant communities in Wales will have an opportunity to build their sustainability through a separate Welsh Government grant-giving project. Up to 20 small grants of £4,000 each will be available to these grassroots organisations to build upon the existing work that they are doing. The 20 organisations receiving funding will also have an opportunity to access to specialist bid writing and coaching support to explore more sustainable funding opportunities from 2023 onwards. Additional project support will be via a short-term Peer Mentoring Programme, where 20 peer leaders will receive training and go on to provide peer support.

As part of this project, EYST would like to invite you to complete the online survey which you will find by following this link:

The survey will take approximately 7 minutes to complete, and mostly involves open-ended questions that would allow elaborating on your points.

Please note, that the survey can be completed over the phone if this better suits your needs. To do so, EYST will need your contact details (name, email, and phone number) to arrange a time to complete the survey. EYST will only use your contact details for the purpose of this research, and they will not be included as part of the survey response so it will still be anonymous.

However, EYST would like to be able to contact you for a follow-up discussion, or follow-up survey if this is preferable. To do so they will need your direct contact details (name, email, and phone number) and if you would like to take part in a follow-up interview or survey, please provide your contact details as part of the survey. The follow-up is voluntary, and you can still participate in the initial survey even if you do not wish to take part in any follow-on research.

Please submit your responses by Friday 24th June.

If you would like to complete the survey over the phone, or have any questions or queries, please email Gerli Orumaa at: [email protected]

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