EVENSurvey extended to 28 July

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Deadline Extended

Due to demand, and direct requests for more time, the Evidence for Equality National Survey (EVENS) deadline has been extended to Wednesday 28th July 2021. That is the final date for submission and offers individuals the chance to explain how covid-19 and the lockdowns have affected them.

It may seem like yet another survey, but it comes less than 3 months after the widely condemned Sewell report. The report, which received criticism from bodies such as the British Medical Association and heads of previously commissioned government reviews, showed that the lived experience of non-white indviduals and communities still remain overlooked.

That is not the case here.

It is your truth, told by you. Spread the word. After you’ve finished, you’ll receive a £10 gift voucher as a thank you. Even as we move out of lockdown, your experience of Covid19 still matters.

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Want to learn even more about the survey? We have you covered. Here's your quick guide to the OBV, EVENS Covid-19 Survey and if you want to hear about its importance and how it differs from surveys of the past, why not listen to two of the surveys leads:

LISTEN: "There are no data like this" - Dr Nissa Finney explains how EVENS differs from surveys of the past | READ instead

LISTEN: "How has Covid affected you and your faith" - Dr Dharmi Kapadia breaks down the aims of the EVENSurvey | READ instead

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