Diverse Cymru regularly responds to consultations and calls for evidence from the UK and Welsh Governments, National Assembly for Wales, local councils Local Health Boards and other public sector organisations. Recently there has been a focus on housing. This includes:• Affordable (social) housing• Housing options to meet the needs of an ageing population• Housing for disabled people• How welfare reform has affected different people
All Diverse Cymru’s responses are based on the voices of people from diverse communities in Wales. We would like to hear your views to help inform our responses and solutions. We would be grateful if you could fill in the attached. You do not have to answer every question. If you do not feel a question applies to you just skip it. More information will help up to understand more details of your experiences.
All responses are anonymous. We will not use any details which could potentially identify you or anyone else. Equality questions are only used to identify where there are different views and experiences for different communities.
If you want to give your views in a different way or in more detail you can:• Come to our have your say event in Cardiff:Tuesday 22 August 2017, 10.00 pm – 1.00 pm Taff Housing Conference Suite, 307 – 315 Cowbridge Road East, Canton, Cardiff, CF5 1JD• Write down your experiences and send them to us• Be interviewed in person, by Skype, or by telephone
You can register for the have your say event by contacting:Email: email@example.com
Post: Azim AhmedDiverse Cymru3rd Floor, Alexandra House307-315 Cowbridge Road EastCardiffCF5 1JD
If you need help filling in this questionnaire or have any queries, please call Azim Ahmed on 029 2036 8888. Dr Azim AhmedResearcher
- Older people and younger people- Women and men- Disabled people (people with physical, sensory or learning impairments, people with mental ill health, people with a long-term health condition)- Black and Minority Ethnic people (including Gypsies, Roma and Travellers)- Lesbian, gay, and bisexual people- Transgender people- Faith communities- People on low incomes- People who are pregnant or on maternity leave- People from more than one of the groups above