TELL US HOW YOU THINK BREXIT WILL IMPACT ARCHAEOLOGY AND HERITAGE IN THE UK?

Two years on from the Referendum when the UK voted narrowly to leave the European Union and eight months out from the date when the UK is scheduled to leave the EU under the article 50 process, this survey is designed to assess the impact the result of the referendum has had on people and practice in UK archaeology and heritage and the hopes and fears for the future of people working in the UK archaeology and heritage sector.

We ask you to sign in with a valid e-mail address, but these will only be used to prevent multiple filings skewing the survey.

Your answers are anonymous and the raw data will not be shared, published or used commercially.

The analysis of the results will be published in thePipeLine heritage news website.

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Is your role in the archaeology or heritage sector
If you are employed/self-employed, in the archaeological or heritage sector, is your work all, or mostly, within,
If you had a vote in the 2016 UK Referendum on membership of the European Union, how did you vote?
Are you a UK passport holder?
Do you hold a passport from another EU country?
Do you hold a passport from a non EU country?
Do you currently work in the UK [England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland]?
If you currently work in the UK, in which part of the UK is most of your work undertaken?
If you work outside the UK in which country do you undertake most of your work?
If you are a non UK citizen holding an EU passport have you applied for UK citizenship or Leave to Remain, to enable you to continue to work in the UK after March 2019, or have you chosen to leave the UK? [Tick any boxes which apply]
If you are a UK passport holder working in an EU country have you applied for citizenship of an EU country or permanent residency in an EU country to enable you to continue to work in the EU after March 2019?
If you answered "yes" to the previous question, in which EU country have you applied for citizenship or residency?
Are you aware of any EU passport holders you know or work with in the archaeology or heritage sector choosing to leave the UK because of the UK's decision to leave the EU?
If you answered "yes" to the previous question, how many EU passport holders are you aware of who have left the UK because of the UK's decision to leave the EU?
If you employ staff from the EU, have any of your staff left employment with you because of the UK's decision to leave the EU?
If you employ EU staff, have you found it more difficult to recruit staff from the EU since the Referendum of June 2016?
If you employ staff, have you taken on more staff from outside the EU since the referendum of June 2016?
If you have taken on staff form outside the EU where have they come from? [Tick all boxes which apply]
Do you think the promised restrictions on immigration when the UK leaves the EU will have an impact on your staffing levels and ability to undertake projects?
If you work in higher education, since the referendum of 2016, has your institution seen a fall off in applications for archaeology and heritage courses, or for post graduate study, from students from the EU?
If you work in higher education, since the referendum of 2016, has your institution seen an increase in applications for archaeology or heritage courses, or for post graduate study, from students from outside the EU?
Have you taken part in an EU educational or exchange programme such as Erasmus?
Do any projects in which you are currently involved receive direct or indirect funding from the EU?
Which EU programmes have helped fund a project[s] with which you are currently involved?
Do you think the UK Government will replace EU funding for heritage and archaeological projects, or will choose to remain within some EU programmes? [Tick any boxes you think apply]
Do you believe Britain leaving the EU will be good for archaeology and heritage practice and funding?
Do you think it will be easier or harder to obtain funding for archaeological and heritage research and projects after Brexit?
Do you think it will be easier or harder to find research partners after Brexit.
The British Parliament has voted not to transfer EU Environmental obligations and concepts such as "the polluter pays" principle, into the EU Withdrawal Bill. Do you think this is...
What do you think will be the impact of the decision of the British Parliament not to transfer EU Environmental obligations, concepts and regulatory systems, such as "the polluter pays" principle, into the EU Withdrawal Bill? [Tick all the boxes you think apply] *
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A number of recent Heritage Crime and trafficking cases, including the conviction of two divers for the fraudulent recovery of artifacts from HMS Hermes involved cooperation with EU partners. Will Brexit make such investigations,
Do you think that organisations and representative bodies in the archaeology and heritage sector, such as the Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers, the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists, the Council for British Archaeology, and others, have represented the interests of the archaeology and heritage sector in the Brexit debate as effectively as they could?
During the Article 50 Process in the EU and at Westminster, in your opinion, what have the organisations and representative bodies in the archaeology and heritage sector such as the Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers, the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists, the Council for British Archaeology, and others, done well and what have they done badly?
As Brexit approaches what do you think the organisations and representative bodies in the archaeology and heritage sector such as the Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers, the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists, the Council for British Archaeology, and others, should now do to see the archaeology and heritage sector through the Brexit process?
Overall, are you optimistic or pessimistic about the future of the archaeology and heritage sector?
Is your answer to the previous question affected by the likelihood the UK will leave the EU in March 2019?
Compared to today, in five years time how do you see the state of the archaeology and heritage in UK higher education and the size and role of the professional archaeology and heritage sector in the UK?
Finally: Do you support,
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