Consultations

Don’t miss the opportunity to have your say on third sector and public sector services in Wales that affect you and your organisation.


Are we Fit for the Future?

Have your say on Bridgend County Borough Council’s spending priorities and approach following the Covid-19 pandemic by completing their Fit for the Future Survey here

The survey covers the following areas:

  • responding to the Covid-19 pandemic;
  • business and the economy;
  • health and wellbeing;
  • customer access to Civic Offices;
  • digitalisation;
  • Council Tax levels;
  • the future’

Closing date: 13 December 2020.


Valleys Taskforce Stakeholder Survey

The Valleys Taskforce policy team in Welsh Government has asked Welsh Government analysts to undertake research into the Valleys Taskforce. The aim of this research will be to gather the views of individuals who have been involved with the Valleys Task Fotrce, as well as individuals who have an interest in the work of the Taskforce but may have not been heavily engaged with it.

Your participation in this research is completely voluntary. However your views and experiences are important in order to help inform Welsh Government policies. You can take part in the survey here.

Deadline: 9 December 2020.


Draft Equality Objectives (Social Care Wales)

Social Care Wales is working to develop a new Strategic Equality Plan and we have asked Diverse Cymru to lead the engagement on our draft equality objectives. They are holding online engagement events about these Equality Objectives up t0 10 December 2020 that you are able to have your say. You can find out more details and book your place here.

Pregnancy choices with kidney disease

WEN Wales is undertaking a study to learn more about women’s experiences of kidney disease, the decisions about having children and their experiences of pregnancy and having children. Findings will help them develop new shared decision making tools to help better support women with the sometimes
complicated and emotional decisions they may need to make about having children.

You can download their survey here.

For further details, E: l.mclaughlin@bangor.ac.uk or visit their website page here


Transport for Wales wants to hear YOUR voice!

Covid-19 has changed the way we go about our lives this year – regardless of who you are or where you are in life, you’ve probably seen some change in your day-to-day activities. Transport for Wales, want to hear how this pandemic is influencing people’s perception of public transport now and in the long run.

Their survey has been running since the end of July and although they’ve already received more than 1,500 responses, they would like to hear from young people, older people, individuals with disabilities, students, women, the BAME community to name but a few. It is important that they get a true picture of all people living in Wales. They’re working closely with Welsh Government to feed back the results from this research, so why not take your opportunity to share your thoughts?

If you prefer taking part in a live session where Transport for Wales explain their survey tool and talk you through each section, email: engagement@tfw.wales

You can find English language survey here
Gallwch ddod o hyd i arolwg Cymraeg yma

You can also request a paper version of the survey by also emailing: engagement@tfw.wales


Why are people not coming forward for testing?

Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board have produced a survey to try to find out why people might not be coming forward for testing. Through this they will be able to get some insights and tailor comms appropriately. You can find their survey here. Please share link with your networks.


Strengthening and Advancing Equality and Human Rights in Wales: Questionnaire

Welsh Government has commissioned research on how to Strengthen and Advance Equality and Human Rights in Wales. The research is being carried out by Swansea and Bangor Universities, and Diverse Cymru. A report will be published early in 2021.

This questionnaire is to gather evidence on the equality and human rights issues that need to be prioritised, and to seek opinions on possible action by the Welsh Government to tackle strengthen and advance equality and human rights in Wales.

You can complete the questionnaire here.

Gallwch chi lenwi’r holiadur yma.


GamCare seeking women’s voices

The GamCare Women’s Programme is conducting a short survey to gather the views of women who are or have been engaged in support services and/or treatment who either gamble, used to gamble, or have been affected by someone else’s gambling.

Their Women’s Programme is designed to ensure that women who need support can access the right help at the right time. Hearing the voice of women with lived experience is essential in supporting this.

You can find out further information and take part in their short survey here.


Public Consultation for new National Plan for Carers

This consultation sets out Welsh Goverment’s proposed direction for a new national Plan for
Carers. They want carers to continue their own lives alongside their caring role regardless of their age, circumstance or background.

We intend to use the final plan to set out how Welsh Government will work with a range of partners
to strengthen their existing strategic priorities to better reflect every aspect of a carers’ life.

Find out how to respond here

Closing date to take part: 20 January 2021


National Pensioners Convention Wales digital exclusion survey

NPC Wales is aware of the growing problem facing older people in accessing services that they need which has been heightened by the Covid-19 crisis, with many services now only accessible online. They  want to ask older people in Wales about their experiences in using and accessing these services and also what is needed to support older people to get online.

Have your say by completing their questionnaire here

Dweud eich dweud drwy lenwi eu holiadur yma

If you need hard copies for distribution, E: Kathy.lye@agecymru.org.uk or T: 029 2043 1570.


Carers Trust South East Wales want to hear from you if you provide care to others without getting paid

You might be a parent that has a child with a physical or learning disability, a person looking after a partner with dementia, or a child supporting a parent. If you provide care for a family member, friend or neighbour, they want to hear how they can help you provide great care and ensure you can enjoy and make the most of your life.  You can take part in their survey here


Open consultations from the Assembly, Welsh Government and others

Don’t miss the opportunity to have your say on what’s happening in Wales on a variety of topics that affect you and your organisation.

Have your say on what matters to you here

 
  • Third Sector Support Wales
  • Welsh Government
  • Investing in Volunteers
  • Trusted Charity Mark
  • Quality in Befriending
  • Healthy Working Wales Gold
  • Cyber essentials