People of Colour and Migrant Front Line Workers
1. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey, which should take no longer than 10 minutes.
This survey has been designed to help understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people of colour and migrant frontline workers in the South of England, the West Midlands and London working in four key areas; construction, health and social care (including social workers), logistics and delivery and security. The survey has a particular focus on whether appropriate measures have been put in place by employers to protect their employees.
Please only complete this survey if the following applies to you:
You are a person of colour, or migrant worker, and
You live/work in the South of England, London or the West Midlands, and
You work in one of the following industries:
Health and social care (including social workers)
Logistics and delivery
The information collected in this survey will be used by the Migrants’ Rights Network, Migrants at Work, the Kanlungan Filipino Consortium and the3million to describe the situation people of colour and migrant workers are experiencing for campaigning and lobbying purposes.
The deadline for responses has been extended to 1st October 2020.
The data collected through this survey will be held securely and confidentially in line with the Data Protection Act (1998). If you leave your email address, please note, we will NEVER share or sell your contact details with third parties, unless your express permission is obtained first.
We may share collated anonymised data (i.e. where all personally identifying information has been removed) with trusted parties.
We will securely store this data until the end of this year (31st March 2021).
If you have any questions or you have changed your mind, please contact the Data Protection Officer is: Dorian Leatham- firstname.lastname@example.org