Workplace Physical Activity Consultation

The ukactive Research Institute, in partnership with Sport England, are conducting a consultation to understand more about the opportunities people have to be physically active during the working day, with a particular focus on small to medium sized enterprises across the UK.

The survey is about understanding what employers are currently doing to support employee physical activity, what works, what does not work, and what further support is needed to help employees move more while at work. This consultation also aims to understand how the fitness and leisure sector, for example gyms, leisure centres and personal trainers, are currently supporting organisations to be active, and to gather further insight so they can provide the best support possible.  

As a thank you for taking part ukactive would like to offer you, as an individual, the opportunity to be entered into a prize draw to win one of three £50 amazon vouchers. You have the option of entering your email address for this at the end of the survey. 

Click here for the survey.

Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC)

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner have launched a survey for people with lived experience of sexual assault and violence. The feedback and information will help shape future services.

The survey also applies to those who knew about the service but didn’t attend.

The Survey should take you around ten minutes to complete, the feedback and information you provide is invaluable and will help them shape a better service for all. ALL information will be anonymous.

Click here for they survey.

Women’s Health Strategy: Call for Evidence

Deadline 13th June 2021

Department of Health & Social Care are seeking your views to help inform the development of the government’s Women’s Health Strategy.

This call for evidence is seeking to collect views on women’s health. It will run for a period of 14 weeks and is open to everyone aged 16 and over.

The easiest way to participate in the call for evidence as an individual is by completing the public survey.

They also welcome written submissions from individuals or organisations who have expertise in women’s health, such as researchers and third-sector organisations.

Click here for the consultation and more information.

Shaping Our Lives – inclusive involvement

Shaping Our Lives is taking on a new shape with the help of a four year grant from the National Lottery Community Fund. They have a mission to advance the inclusive involvement of d/Deaf and Disabled people, service users, carers and other people who experience inequalities or barriers when accessing services.

Shaping Our Lives want to provide people with support and information to ensure your voices are meaningfully and equally represented when service providers are making decisions about how their services should be run.

The people who use services should be asked about their experiences in order to improve these services. This is usually called consultation, engagement, involvement, or co-production. The organisations involved might be a health or social care provider, a regulator, a research body or educational establishment.

Research shows that often the experiences of people from diverse communities are not heard in these involvement activities because the way they are done does not allow everyone to take part equally.

They really want to hear what you think would help you to take part and influence services to work better for you and other people in similar situations.

Click here to complete the survey.

Covid-19 & the Voluntary Sector: Impact Barometer

Deadline 26th May 2021

Nottingham Trent University have teamed up with NCVO and Sheffield Hallam University to conduct one of the largest UK-wide monthly surveys on the impact of COVID-19 on the sector. The survey will about 10 minutes and is easy to complete. It will explores the financial impact and changes to services, measures to be COVID-secure and topical issues.

Click here for the survey.

How is your charity coping with the pandemic’s pressures?

PRO BONO ECONOMICS:

The world is changing rapidly, and charities are under immense pressure to continue providing vital services for their beneficiaries. We are eager to uncover how the sector is coping with the crisis and ensure charity voices are heard by the government.

With charities left out of official statistics, the PBE Covid Charity Tracker has been the sector’s leading source of economic analysis throughout the coronavirus crisis. Your responses have helped us calculate the £10 billion funding gap charities are experiencing, as well as to estimate that 60,000 jobs may be at risk.

With 5-10 minutes of your time, your contribution will help us tell the government just how much the pandemic has impacted charities like yours.

Help us muster our widest response yet by filling in our survey and then sharing with others before Sunday 2 May when the survey closes.

Click here for the survey.

NHS Volunteer Responders scheme evaluation

This survey is part of an evaluation of the NHSVR scheme, commissioned by NHS England and Improvement, and being carried out by Traverse. They are interested in understanding more about the role that the scheme has played in your system or local area, and the changes that would make the scheme most useful in your area in the future.

The NHS Volunteer Responders scheme is a national, app-based, volunteering scheme set up in response to the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. It was developed by NHS England and Royal Voluntary Service, working in partnership with GoodSAM. It is also referred to as the Royal Voluntary Service (RVS) scheme, and the GoodSAM app. It is refer to it through out as the NHSVR scheme.

This survey is going out to stakeholders from across the NHS, Voluntary and Community Sector, and Local Authorities. This means that not all questions will feel relevant for all people, and you can select “don’t know” where appropriate.

Click here for the survey.

Survey to get your child’s voice heard and make a difference

This survey will only take 5-10 minutes.

Rachel de Souza the Children’s Commissioner for England job is to speak up for children in England, stand up for their rights, and make sure that the people in power listen to what children need and want.

It’s time to give something big back to young people like you after COVID.

Click here to find out more and to complete the survey.

Protect Duty Consultation by the Home Office

The Protect Duty looks to improve security and preparedness for terror attacks at public places. This consultation is open to the public, and is targeted at venues, organisations, businesses, local and public authorities, and/or individuals who own or operate at publicly accessible locations or others that a ‘Protect Duty’ would potentially affect.  Consultation document attached below:

https://www.homeofficesurveys.homeoffice.gov.uk/s/1D4SQ3/

How can we create community spaces that meet your needs?

From NHS Property Services:

As the NHS develops more community space and social prescribing hubs, we want to make sure that charities and community groups’ voices are heard and that the needs and wants of the people you support are met.

To do this, we’ve put together a short, anonymous survey to get that insight and understand your views which we will use to inform our conversations with the wider NHS as we look to use the estate more efficiently to support you.

Click here for the survey.