Critical Refugee Studies Collective Survey on COVID-19 Impact on Refugees, Their Families and Communities
The Critical Refugee Studies Collective (CRSC) is conducting a very important survey on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on refugees, their families, and communities. Your participation in the survey will provide us with important insights and help us better understand and promote refugee concerns.
The survey should take about 30 minutes to complete. Your answers are confidential. You will not be identified in any analysis or report based on this survey unless you have given us explicit permission to do so. Your participation is voluntary. You may choose to skip any question or stop at any point.
Should you have any questions or concerns about the survey, please contact Professor Khatharya Um at
. **The deadline to complete the survey is July 1, 2020.** Thank you for participating in our survey.
Please kindly share this survey with your networks.
For additional context, the CRSC defines refugees as follows: "Refugees are human beings forcibly displaced within or outside of their land of origin as a result of persecution, conflict, war, conquest, settler/colonialism, militarism, occupation, empire, and environmental and climate-related disasters, regardless of their legal status. Refugees can be self-identified and are often unrecognized within the limited definitions proffered by international and state laws, hence may be subsumed, in those instances, under other labels such as 'undocumented'.
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