The University of East London and London Metropolitan University on behalf of North East London Teaching Partnership (NELTP), are conducting the Racial Equity and Career Progression in Social Work research project to identify and challenge any barriers preventing social work professionals who identify as a part of Black, Asian and/or minoritised communities from progression and work development.
Our aim is to support colleagues and students who are part of the North East London Teaching Partnership by ensuring a wider management system that respects diversity and challenges oppression. Your participation is very much appreciated and will strengthen our attempt to enhance equality and equity in the workplace, ensuring that everyone can see themselves reflected at every level of the social work workforce.
If you identify as part of Black, Asian and/or minoritised communities, we would be grateful if you could complete a short online survey to help us target and challenge any barriers preventing career progression in social work.
The survey is anonymous and does not ask for personal identifying information.
Or scan the QR code that will automatically redirect you to this questionnaire:
The survey will only take 15 minutes, and you will have the chance to win a £50 Voucher.
Findings and recommendations will be shared across the partnership to develop potential models for addressing any barriers we discover. We want to provide a space for discussion and to hear people’s personal experiences in order to refine support given to all social work staff and to enhance their practice and career opportunities.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Anna Jakobczak via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet our Research Team: