What would the world look like if it was designed by children and young people? We're currently living in lockdown and the world may seem like a strange and different place. There's no school, college, uni and work might be uncertain. It's a good time to reflect and think about what needs changing!

We want to hear about your ideas and experiences of school, healthcare, communities, neighbourhoods, housing and more. What really matters to you and why are these things important?

The ChildFair State Inquiry is a big national project, run by young people. We've designed this survey to capture your honest views and opinions. 

8-21yrs olds, please take 5 mins to fill out this short online survey, it's anonymous and your answers will help us to create ambitious & positive change!

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* 4. What does the Welfare State mean to you? 
Below, please write up to 5 words that you associate with it. We’re really keen to hear your immediate thoughts, this is not a test and there is no right or wrong answer.

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* 5. Please tell us if you’ve had experience of any of these services: 
Please tick all the boxes that apply to you

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* 6. In your own words, could you tell us about one particularly positive experience you’ve had or know someone else has had? 
Thinking about your experience at school, higher education, volunteering, your neighbourhood, accessing healthcare, finding work, safety, and transport.

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* 7. In your own words, could you tell us about one particularly negative experience you’ve had or know someone else has had?
Thinking about your experience at school, higher education, volunteering, your neighbourhood, accessing healthcare, finding work, safety, and transport.

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* 8. At home, I feel my needs are met:
Please choose the number of stars, according to how you feel. Think about safety, food, love, space to be you.

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* 9. In my neighbourhood, I feel my needs are met:
Please choose the number of stars, according to how you feel. Think about community, travelling, safety and being respected.

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* 10. If I need help with my mental health, I feel my needs are met:
Please choose the number of stars, according to how you feel. Think about support and who you can go to for help.

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* 11. If I need the Health Service (NHS), I feel my needs are met:
Please choose the number of stars, according to how you feel. Think about where you can go to for help, and the people who are available to help you.

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* 12. In education, I feel my needs are met:
Please choose the number of stars, according to how you feel. Think about feeling confident, getting skills you want and relationships.

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* 13. If I need help with money (or my family does), I feel my needs are met:
Please choose the number of stars, according to how you feel. Think about worries, whether you have enough money, places that can help.

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* 14. If I need help with work (or my family does), I feel my needs are met:
Please choose the number of stars, according to how you feel. Think about wages, careers, advice, volunteering, being treated fairly.

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* 15. If I need help with housing (or my family does), I feel my needs are met:
Please choose the number of stars, according to how you feel. Think about community, home, and safety.

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* 16. Think about all your answers from this survey. Now if you could only change one thing about our country, what would you change and why?

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* 17. My one wish for the next generation of young people is... (Think about what you hope will be different about the world for children and young people like you, in the future)

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