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Archives and Records Association Diversity Survey

by on July 2, 2013

The Archives and Records Association  <http://www.archives.org.uk/>
http://www.archives.org.uk/ seeks to support all those who work in archives,
records management and conservation environments. It also seeks to ensure
that its membership and the users whom it serves reflect the diversity of
our society.

With this in mind the ARA Diversity Working Group is issuing two surveys as
part of its current initiative to build up its base of evidence and
knowledge about diversity, and specifically disability, in the sector.

We are doing this by issuing two short  surveys

1)      For any individual who works in the sector who considers themselves
to have a disability, impairment or long term health condition.  This is
available at  <https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Diversity_Individuals>
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Diversity_Individuals

2)      For employers and service managers, whether or not they have in
their service people who consider themselves to have a disability,
impairment or long term health condition.  This is available at
<https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Diversity_Employers>
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Diversity_Employers

If you are an individual who has a health condition that affects your work,
or you are a service employer or manager please take a short time to respond
to either of these surveys.  Information about diversity in the workplace is
not readily available and your information will be very valuable.

Any personal information you supply will be held in confidence.

These surveys are hosted on Survey Monkey. If you are aware of someone for
whom this online survey format is not appropriate but who is interested in
responding, please contact me at  <mailto:caroline@cmwilliams.org.uk>
caroline@cmwilliams.org.uk.

Many thanks for taking part.  The survey is open until 31 July and a general
report of findings will be available in early September.

Best wishes

Caroline Williams

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