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  • Glasgow University - How has COVID-19 affected your services and client group?

    Created: 17/09/2020

    Glasgow University would like to hear from organisations on their experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    A survey is being undertaken as part of a larger study called ‘The Social and Health impacts of stopping Covid-19: How has lockdown affected your life?’.

    The University wants to understand how organisations, people and services are affected by COVID-19, and will provide the results of this survey to policy makers in Scotland.

    This survey is for organisations and service providers in Scotland that are working with people in particular situations:

    • disabled people and people with long-term health conditions;
    • domestic abuse or sexual violence;
    • control by immigration authorities or involved in a refugee/asylum process; or
    • imprisonment or other form of criminal justice control.




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