Survey: Community Inclusion, Equality and Diversity London

Friday, 11 June, 2021

Community Action Sutton are looking for organisations who might be willing to complete a short survey and organisations who might want to provide them with some more detailed information via a case study. 

The Voluntary and Community Sector Emergencies Partnership is a collective of over 230 local and national organisations with the shared aim to improve the timeliness, quality and relevance of support to those who most need it in an emergency.  The partnership connects 30 national organisations and over 200 local organisations in this shared endeavour enabled by a small national and regional secretariat.  At a local level, if an organisation, statutory agency, or community is having trouble meeting a need then the local partner is able to connect to regional and national colleagues to try to source the help – during the Covid-19 pandemic this has ranged from sourcing PPE, technology and food parcels to building volunteer capacity. 

To find out more:

Survey on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion:

The Partnership is now looking at ways to learn from the pandemic and make recommendations at local, regional and national levels.  As part of this Community Action Sutton are looking at the experiences of equality, diversity and inclusion across marginalised communities in order to learn from these, build better representation into future work and make recommendations to partners.

Community Action Sutton would be grateful if you would be prepared to fill out the survey:

Short Interview - a Paid Opportunity!

They are also looking for case studies if you are happy to take part in a short interview lasting no more than 30 mins to tell us about your organisation and community/ies and your experiences over the last 12-18 months.  For every interview Community Action Sutton will be looking to make a contribution of a £100 to your organisation  to cover or your time and involvement.

If you are interested or would like more information please contact Razia Sattar at



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