National survey to document the lives of ethnic and religious minorities in a time of crisis

Date: 1st March 2021


The Evidence for Equality National Survey (EVENS) is now live. It seeks to explore how the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting lockdowns are affecting ethnic minority people across England, Scotland and Wales.

The survey is being conducted on behalf of researchers from the University of Manchester, University of St Andrews and University of Sussex. It will ask about areas of life that the pandemic has affected, including: education, employment and economic wellbeing, housing, social, political participation, health and experiences of racism and discrimination.

  • Find out how to take part here.