1. Introduction

Thank-you for participating in our survey – we greatly appreciate your time and sharing your experiences. Please fill in the survey by 16th October 2018.

The Fight Inequality Alliance is undertaking this research to map the state of the movement fighting inequality around the world. We are documenting and analysing what is inspiring the most activism within inequality movements in 30 countries, and also the overall state of and trends within the movement fighting inequality around the world.

As a valued ally of the Fight Inequality Alliance (whether you are a current member of the Alliance or beyond), your participation in this survey is crucial to that effort.

We will use the information you provide to analyse overall trends, successes and challenges in the fight against inequality, across broad movements. We have partnered with the London School of Economics Atlantic Fellows Programme and Rhize for the research. Your responses will remain anonymous and be analysed with all responses. We are not collecting your IP addresses when you respond to this survey. 

The findings will be published in early 2019 - shared amongst Alliance members and more widely. The findings will help inform our future plans about what we do together and how, and help to strengthen the sharing and learning in our broad movement.

Thanks for your participation and please pass this on within your movements and networks!

If you have any questions or feedback, please contact Jenny Ricks at the Fight Inequality Alliance - jenny.ricks@fightinequality.org

The survey takes around 20-30 minutes to complete.

SECTION ONE: Your organisation or movement

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* 2. What are the movements, networks, coalitions or organisations through which you are directly involved in fighting inequalities? Name each and your role (e.g. member, staff, ally, board member, activist etc).

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* 3. Which ONE of the above groups do you engage with the most to fight inequalities? (i.e. you spend more time working with this group and/or you identify with this group more strongly than the others) 

The below questions refer to the movement, network, coalition or organisation that you nominated above. From now on, we’ll call it “your organisation”.

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* 4. Which of the following best describes your organisation? (Choose one only)

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* 5. How did your organisation first form? Why was it established? 

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* 7. Which inequality issues is your organisation seeking to address? Name as many as as relevant. (for example, anti-privatisation, Indigenous rights, civil society space, climate justice, workers rights).

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* 8. What are your organisation’s top three current targets or focus areas addressing inequalities? Indicate if each of these efforts are focused at the local, national, regional or global level. (e.g. are you focused on achieving legal recognition of women’s land rights, service delivery, or community organising around racial equality, or enforcement of judgements on education funding)

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* 9. Does insider or outsider best describes your organisation? Rate your organisation on a spectrum from “we collaborate closely with governments/political parties and work mostly through the formal political system” (1) to “we operate solely outside the formal political system” (4).

1 Insider or outsider? 4
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* 10. Does elite advocacy or mass movement best describe your organisation? Rate your organisation on a spectrum from “we primarily work to influence through research and advocacy to decision-makers” (1) to “we are  a mass movement driven by citizens” (4).

1 Elite advocacy or mass movement? 4
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* 11. Does service delivery or empowerment best describe your organisation? Rate your organisation on a spectrum from “all of our work involves delivering services to people” (1) to “all of our work involves people taking action for themselves” (4).

1 Service delivery or empowerment? 4
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* 12. How broadly well-known or visible is the leadership of your organisation? Rate your organisation’s leadership from not known publicly (1) to highly publicly visible (4)?

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* 13. How grassroots is the leadership of your organisation? Rate your organisation’s leadership from no grassroots leadership (1) to led by grassroots leadership (i.e. those leading social movements and those most affected by inequality including women, young people etc) (4)?

1 Grassroots leadership 4
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* 14. How diverse is the membership or participation of your organisation? Rate the membership or participation of your organisation from no diversity (1) to highly diverse in gender, racial identity, geography, class etc (4)?

1 Diverse membership or participation 4
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* 15. Is your organisation or movement feminist? Rate your organisation from not feminist (1) to explicitly feminist with a feminist agenda (4).

1 Feminist commitment 4
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* 16. How broad is the engagement of people with your organisation or movement? Rate your organisation from a small organisation with low public engagement (1) to a mass movement with significant public engagement (4)

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* 17. How open is your organisation or movement to working with others and particularly those affected by the inequality the organisation is fighting? Rate your organisation from not at all inclusive (1) to highly inclusive (4)

1 Inclusiveness 4
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* 18. How accountable is your organisation or movement to those it represents? Rate your organisation or movement from not at all accountable (1) to highly accountable (4)

1 Accountability 4
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* 19. How connected is your organisation or movement to other movements? Rate your organisation from not connected to other movements (1) to highly connected to other movements (4)

1 Connection to other movements 4
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SECTION 2: Inequality movements in your context

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* 20. What are the top three other organisations or movements that your organisation works most closely with to fight inequalities in your country (or region, if you are a regional organisation)?

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* 21. How do organisations and movements who are fighting inequalities in your country work together? (i.e. how do they collaborate, coordinate, share information and resources? Do they conflict?) Choose the top three

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* 22. What have been the most significant successes in fighting inequalities in your context? 

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* 23. What do you think are the main reasons for these successes?

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* 24. What are the most significant challenges facing inequality movements in your context? (These could be external or internal challenges.) 

SECTION THREE: International connections

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* 25. How is your organisation connected to international networks or confederations? (check all that apply)

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* 26. What are the top three other organisations or movements that your organisation works most closely with to fight inequalities that are based outside your country (i.e. overseas)?

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* 27. What is your organisation’s current relationship to the Fight Inequality Alliance? Choosethe option below that best describes your relationship. 

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* 28. What kinds of support or connection with groups fighting inequalities in other countries would make the most difference to your cause in the future? (Choose top three)

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* 29. What would you like that support or connection to look like, in practice?

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* 30. What would this support or connection enable you (and your organization, movement etc) to achieve?

SECTION 4: A bit more about you

We want to make sure that we are hearing from a range of people involved in movements against inequalities so we’d love to know a bit more about you. This information will only be used to help us make sure we have a diverse range of views and to compare answers based on demographics. We are committed to protecting your data, anonymity and confidentiality.

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* 33. Do you live in:

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* 35. What is your age?

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* 36. Do you consider yourself to have a disability?

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* 37. Do you identify as Indigenous?

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* 38. Do you identify as part of an ethnic minority in your country of residence?

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* 39. What is your gender identity?

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* 40. What is your sexual identity?

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* 41. What is your highest level of education?

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* 42. What role do you hold in your activist organisation, group or movement?

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* 43. Please share your name, email address and phone number to be included in a database of inequality movements and added to the Fight Inequality Alliance contact list.

We will separate contact details from your other responses (aside from primary organisation and country) and your responses will remain confidential and anonymous within our analysis.

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* 44. Is there anything else you want to tell us?

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