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Migrant Centre NI is carrying out a BME Health Needs Survey and we would encourage as many members of BME communities and organizations to respond by following the link below

Migrant Centre NI: BME Health Needs Survey – Additional Languages Now Available

Migrant Centre NI is carrying out a BME Health Needs Survey and we would encourage as many members of BME communities and organizations to respond by following the link below.

It is hoped that 400 responses can be gathered by the end of March 2017, but the more the better for the quality of the sample.

The survey is available in English, Polish and Russian.  More languages coming shortly, please watch this space or contact Max on max@migrantcentreni.org for more details.

English link

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BMEHealthNeeds

Polish link

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/VCRGFFK

Russian link

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/RussianBMEhealth

 

WHY SHOULD I FILL OUT THIS QUESTIONNAIRE? To identify and to provide evidence about the health and social care needs of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) people in Northern Ireland. In this survey, “black and minority ethnic communities” means people living in Northern Ireland of non-white descent including migrants (EU and non-EU), asylum seekers and refugees, undocumented people or people with other immigration status.

HOW WILL MY ANSWERS BE USED? The anonymous answers will be collated and analysed to produce a report which will be used to advocate for the delivery of health and social services that take into account the needs of BME people in Northern Ireland. The health needs assessment is being undertaken by Social Justice Ltd in collaboration with the Migrant Centre NI. Your responses will be accessible Migrant Centre NI team.

If you have any questions in relation to the survey please contact:  Max Petrushkin, Development Worker, Migrant Centre NI, Unit 3, CIDO Business Park, Charles Street, Lurgan, Co. Armagh, BT66 6HG. Tel. +44(0)2838323844. Mobile +44(0)7730747860

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