Runnymede Trust survey: Social inclusion, loneliness and belonging in society

The Runnymede Trust is conducting research on loneliness among BAME communities, and invites you to participate in their November 2018 survey on social inclusion.

The research looks into how different groups form social networks, how they feel about their sense of belonging in society, and whether they sometimes feel a sense of loneliness.

The survey aims to get a better understanding of participants’ social and community networks, their experiences of loneliness, and whether they feel a sense of belonging to their local neighbourhood or community.

The Runnymede Trust hope to explore similarities and differences between ethnic groups in the United Kingdom. They are particularly encouraging Black, Asian and ethnic minority people to complete this survey as there is less information about these groups.

Take the 10-minute survey now.

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