Resilience Consortium questionnaire for statutory, third sector, business and commercial professionals involved in the provision of services to 18-24 year olds

We are contacting you on behalf of a group of youth organisations, funded by a charitable trust and interested in How do we foster capacity and responsiveness in communities in order to reduce the likelihood and/or severity of public disorder in the future?

PLEASE ENSURE THAT AT THE END OF YOUR SURVEY YOU SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SCREEN AND CLICK "DONE" - OTHERWISE YOUR RESPONSE WILL BE LOST

Many Thanks for taking the time to share your views.

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1. Which area are you connected to?

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2. What is / are your connection(s) to this area? Tick as many as apply

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3. How many years have you had this connection?

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4. What type of organisation are you?

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5. what local services/facilities do you provide?

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6. Who uses your service / organisation?

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7. Is there a particular group/s of 18-24s not using your service that you think might benefit from it?

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8. Why do you think some aren’t using your service/org? Tick as many as you think apply

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9. To what extent do mechanisms exist for YP to give their opinions on your service and organisation?

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10. To what extent do mechanisms exist for YP to genuinely influence your service and organisation?

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11. What feedback and satisfaction data do you have from YP about your service?

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12. On a scale of 1-10, how positive a place do you think this is for young people to live? (1= terrible, 10= great)

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13. Why have you given the rating you have?

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14. How do you feel that young people are seen and treated in this area at the moment? On a scale of 1-10, (1= seen as a dangerous liability, 10= seen as great asset and resource)

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15. Do you have any concrete examples to support the rating above?

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16. What do you think are the three biggest challenges facing young people locally?

  Biggest Challenge 2nd Biggest Challenge 3rd Biggest Challenge
Lack of jobs
Lack of education opportunities
Lack of facilities
Attitudes of adults
Lack of role models
Crime
Housing
Other 1
Other 2

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17. What is the biggest challenge facing you in helping to make a difference to the lives of YP locally? (Please try and say more than just "lack of funding." Whilst this may be true, the reality of our current situation economically means that we are likely to have to think creatively.)

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18. What could change in the area you've highlighted above to help you to make a greater difference for YP?

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19. What do you see as the key skills, talents and assets of YP who use your services / organisation

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20. What support or opportunities would you like to offer YP that you currently don’t or can't for whatever reason?

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21. Do you have experience of using YP as volunteers/apprentices/interns?

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22. Does your organisation see itself as having community wide responsibility (rather than working only with individuals / families)

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23. What opportunities do local businesses offer the young people you work with?

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24. What might stop you from involving YP in playing a role in making the community stronger? (Tick as many as apply)

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25. Would you or your organisation like to be involved, in some way, in helping to make the community stronger?

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26. We are testing the idea that networks of people working together on making the community stronger are more effective than people working alone.

Are you involved in any networks or collaborations at the moment?

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27. Are there barriers for you in to creating or participating in effective multi-sector collaboration/ support networks?

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28. What are the barriers a network might face and how could these be overcome?

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29. What training would support you and others in your organisation in work with young people and in collaboration with others? (for example training on building resilience in the community, how to work effectively in partnership, how to engage hard to reach young people.)

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