The North East Child Poverty Commission is undertaking a short on-line survey to understand the difference it has made since it first met in June 2011. It would be very helpful and greatly appreciated if people who have engaged with the work of the Commission (in a very broad sense) in the past 18 months were able to respond to the survey. The deadline for responses is 5:30pm on Friday 31st January 2013.
The survey can be accessed here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/nechildpoverty2
The Commission is a multi-agency stakeholder group made up of senior representatives from regional and local public, private and voluntary sector organisations.
The aim of the Commission is to “provide a strong regional voice to raise awareness of the issue of child poverty in the North East and to work collaboratively to tackle the problem.”
Core funding for the work of the Commission ends in March 2013 and the results and feedback from this survey will be used to help shape the future work of the Commission and may be used to seek further funding to support and develop the work of the Commission.
There are 7 questions in the survey, although you do not have to answer all of them if you do not wish to do so.
Respondents are able to remain anonymous if they wish.
If you have any queries relating to the survey, please do not hesitate to contact me. Apologies for cross-posting and duplication.