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Introduction and context

The Ubele Initiative (Ubele), with support from Locality, published in 2015 'A Place to Call Home: Community asset ownership Initiative in the African diaspora community'. This publication sought to provide an important overview of community asset ownership within the African Diaspora community in England and was significant in being the first major attempt to capture stories from around the UK where African diaspora communities are to be found. It also sought to address topical community conversations around sustainability, presence and identity. Today, seven years on, the conversation is still raging.

In revisiting the 2015 report, we would like to add to our existing data-base and knowledge of the community assets that are out there and to ascertain what has changed since 2015. We therefore want to hear from those who had contributed to that survey as well as those who had not.  
All data collected will be handled and stored in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR 2018).
Before you proceed, you must check the box below to agree to participating in the survey. In doing so you acknowledge that your response and information will form an aggregated dataset that will be examined independently by FW Business Ltd, acting on behalf of The Ubele Initiative. 

The survey should take no more than 25 minutes, and once you start, you will not be able to return to complete any unfinished work. So, please set aside sufficient time to complete it in one sitting.
The closing date has been extended to 11 May 2023.
Best regards,
Karl Murray
On behalf of the Ubele Initiative
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