YoungMinds’ launch biggest online survey to reveal what’s worrying you
YoungMinds, the UK’s leading children and young people’s mental health charity has launched their biggest online survey. Reaching out to young people across the country, the survey will reveal what concerns and worries most affect the lives of young people today.
The consultation survey will help to shape the development of a new and exciting campaign generating a mass movement for change, and creating a better future for young people funded by the Big Lottery Fund and Comic Relief .
The survey will cover a variety of areas that concern young people. The questions will elicit young peoples’ views on everything from body image, to academic pressure, concerns about job prospects and cyberbullying.
Each week young people who complete the survey will be entered in to a draw to win a £30 and £20 ‘Love2Shop’ voucher. The survey will run until Tuesday 1st October 2013.
Lucie Russell, Director of Campaigns at YoungMinds said:
“I am excited to announce the launch of our biggest online survey to date. The opinions and experiences of children and young people are invaluable to YoungMinds’ work, driving forward and shaping our campaigns, policy and research.”
“This survey provides an opportunity to really understand the issues affecting the lives of children and young people in society today and will form the focus of our new campaign.”
The survey is available to take part in here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1KybsSeh7DuN15puYdILDaMy42nQ2wHCbsbmbR-oPRu0/viewform