Planning a community survey: demographic, socio-economic, cohesion, volunteering, food insecurity indicators & assessing impact
About this event
The ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, based at the Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex, is hosting a free training workshop aimed at charities and community organisations, looking at how to survey diverse communities and collect data and feedback from those you help in order to assess need as well as the impact of the support you provide.
‘Planning a community survey: demographic, socio-economic, cohesion, volunteering, food insecurity indicators’. will be led by Dr. Neli Demireva, whose research focuses on social cohesion and local area vulnerability, and Adam Marshall, a post-doctoral researcher.
The workshop will take place on the 14th of May, 10am to 1pm on zoom, and participants will be sent a zoom link after registration.
A full programme will be published soon but early registration is encouraged to save your place.
The workshop will cover the following:
- essential elements of survey design
- using existing data banks
- demographic, socio-economic, cohesion, volunteering, food insecurity indicators
- length of survey
- Qualtrics, Survey Monkey
- best practice