Thank you for your interest in contributing to #EverydayInequality
The Equality Trust are in the process of building an online multimedia platform that amplifies the stories and voices of people experiencing inequality.
Inequality affects us all, so it is important to us to represent the diversity of voices and stories reflecting how inequality impacts on everyday life. While charities and think tanks produce endless research and reports on inequality, what is missing from the debate is the lived experience voices of those who actually live with the effects of inequality everyday. This project aims to provide a platform to explore what the experience of inequality is like for different people, and how it affects each of our lives.
Please fill in this short form to help us get a better understanding of how we can work with you to tell your story through this platform.
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What aspect/s of inequality might you be interested in exploring through #EverydayInequality? (Please tick as many as you like and feel free to add your own options)
Economic inequality (e.g. wages, work, wealth)
Social inequality (e.g. racism, sexism, ableism)
Mental health and wellbeing (e.g. depression, 'status anxiety')
Physical health and disability
Education (e.g. schools, universities and social mobility)
Poverty (e.g. food, fuel, debt, children and young people)
Social security/welfare (e.g. pensions, benefits)
Public services (e.g. health, education)
Happiness, trust and community
New technologies, automation and social media
Climate and environment
Do you have a specific story/event or topic/idea you want to talk about?
What format/s would you be interested in using?
Blog or short story
Vlog (i.e. video blog recorded yourself)
Podcast (audio interview)
Art, poetry or music
Have you ever produced or contributed to anything similar to #EverydayInequality? If so, please provide relevant links or further details.
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