Migration Museums Network – UK survey

From ICOM:

Do you think the topic of migration is adequately explored within the museums/heritage sector?

Would you like to see more being done to address this pressing contemporary issue, including within your own organisation?

We invite you to participate in a survey on the coverage of migration and related themes within your organisation and the sector more widely. The results of this survey will help us to establish a Migration Museums Network http://migrationmuseum.org/the-migration-museums-network/, gathering information and improving and sharing best practice nationwide. This network is funded by Arts Council England and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

We ask that this survey is completed by the person best placed to answer the questions within your organisation. Ideally we want to avoid receiving duplicate replies from the same organisation.

We are using this survey to collect information, the results of which will form the basis of a report on the current status of migration as a theme across the heritage sector. We will present, share and discuss these findings at collaborative public events in London and Newcastle towards the end of 2017. If you would like to receive a copy of this report and alerts about these events, please indicate in question 5 on the next page.

This survey should not take you more than 20 minutes. Bullet point answers are fine. We are really grateful for your participation.

To complete the survey please click here https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/B9VLJ8F. The deadline for completion is Friday April 28.

Circulating on behalf of the Migration Museum Project: http://migrationmuseum.org/

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