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Have Your Say on What is Resilience

by | Jul 14, 2021 | Communities


As part of our enquiry, on behalf of Wales Council for Voluntary Action, into resilience we are pleased to launch a survey canvassing perceptions and interpretations of the concept in the third sector in Wales.

Technically, there are three surveys because we think it is possible for someone to have different perspectives on resilience given the different hats many individuals wear in the sector.

For example, you may work in multiple part-time roles; you may work full-time in the sector and undertake voluntary work in your own time; or you may work in the sector as well as act as a trustee; or you may be retired but are a trustee of several charitable organisations.

We are thrilled to be hosting the surveys on Doopoll, a Welsh tech company, reflecting our commitment with this work to re-invest the budget in the Welsh foundational economy, including recruiting focus group facilitators from the voluntary sector itself.

Click below on your preferred survey in your preferred language:

RoleEnglish language surveyWelsh language survey
Worker in the voluntary sectorhttp://doo.vote/70b834chttp://doo.vote/a9189ee

The surveys complement our current programme of focus groups. People are welcome to complete the survey, as well as sign up for a focus group. You can share each of these surveys in one concise link via this link.

The surveys are available in languages other than English or Welsh and in other formats. Email us at hello@growsocialcapital.org.uk if you would like to complete the survey in alternative formats or languages.

Click here for a Welsh language version of this blog.

Written by Russell Todd

Russell is a Welsh-speaking community development practitioner of 20 years’ experience, researcher, digital inclusion trainer, project manager and co-operator with over 8 years experience of workforce development and support for those employed on the recently-ended Communities First (CF) tackling poverty programme.


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