TRACK MY MARAC

My name is Natalie Acheampong. This survey is for my social action project called ‘Track my MARAC.’ This project is sponsored by the TuWezeshe Akina Dada Africa-UK Young Women’s Leadership and Empowerment Movement, a fellowship funded by Comic Relief.

‘Track my MARAC’, (MARAC is a Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference) is a project that focuses on research and advocacy to produce a report that reviews the possibilities of a more effective MARAC process. The two aims of my project are:

1.     To write a comprehensive report about MARACs, highlighting the challenges and opportunities.

2.     Present this to relevant stakeholders with a view of advocating for improvement of MARACs at a roundtable discussion in the Borough of Camden.

It would be much appreciated if you could fill out this 2-minute survey about MARACs as it would help me get a grasp on what people think about MARACs and assist the quality of my research. This is completely anonymous.

I would also like to do a fifteen-minute interview with individuals who sit in MARACs to add more narrative to my report. This can also be completely anonymous.

I would really appreciate it if you could send this to the relevant parties who sit in MARACs!
 
My contact details are
Email: NatalieAcheampong95@Gmail.com
Phone No: 07947752263

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* 1. What is a MARAC?

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* 2. What is the purpose of a MARAC?

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* 3. There are 10 principles of an effective MARAC according to Save Lives. Of all of the 10 principles listed below, which 3 principles do you feel are consistently met at MARAC meetings?

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* 4. From the 10 principles listed in the previous question, which 3 principles do you feel are met the least?

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* 5. Do you think MARACs effective?

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* 6. Do you think MARAC meetings should include the victim?

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* 7. Have you been involved in a MARAC?

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* 8. What is your role in a MARAC?

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* 9. How many years experience do you have engaging with the MARAC system?

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* 10. Do MARACs help domestic violence victims?

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* 11. Do you think austerity cuts are affecting MARAC services?

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* 12. Are there any particular difficulties you have experienced when engaging with MARAC?

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* 13. Do you think there is room for improvement?

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* 14. How can MARACs be improved?

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* 15. Can you suggest how MARACs be improved? (optional)

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