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Survey for Welsh Members on the Effect of Covid-19

CULT Cymru are surveying Union members working in the creative sectors in Wales, to find out more about how they’ve been affected by Covid-19.

Published: 04 August 2020 | 12:00 AM Updated: 28 April 2021 | 4:31 PM
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UK-wide surveys have been undertaken but CULT Cymru have identified a lack of specific data around the situation creative workers face in Wales. Photo credit: Shutterstock

Answers to the survey will help inform CULT Cymru’s response, and provide them with evidence to take to the Welsh and English governments when lobbying for support for the creative industries.

UK-wide surveys have been undertaken by CULT Cymru have identified a lack of specific data around the situation creative workers face in Wales. Their aim is to influence industry, government and others to achieve a better, fairer more equitable creative sector.

The survey is open to all individuals working in the creative industries in Wales, regardless of employment status. This includes broadcasting, film, theatre, arts and live events.

Through the survey they will ask questions about your current employment situation, what support you are receiving if any, what challenges you are facing and how we can support you in working in the sector in a safe environment.

Taking the survey

The survey will take around ten minutes to complete and closes on at midnight on Sunday 9 August.

There are two language versions of the survey you can choose between:

If you have access requirements and require the survey in an alternative format please email: sian@bectu.org.uk

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