Perceptions of Child Abuse in Scotland’s Minority Ethnic Communities

August 21, 2012

Please take out a few minutes of your time to complete a short questionnaire on issues of child abuse in black / minority ethnic communities – https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/7F7NBZT.

Roshni is a national registered charitable organisation set up in 2002. Their expertise is in working with key partners from the public, private and third sector to address issues affecting members of the minority ethnic communities across Scotland.  Roshni has a long history of working with members of minority ethnic communities to promote the safety and wellbeing of children, young people and vulnerable adults.

Currently, Roshni are carrying out research into perceptions of child abuse in minority communities and looking at how support services could improve in this field.  They want to ensure that we have a good cross section of minority ethnic communities in Scotland and therefore would ask you to fill in this quick online survey about perceptions of child abuse, which you can access via this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/7F7NBZT.

Questionnaires will only take five minutes to complete and are an important part of Roshni’s research.  Thank you very much for your time and support.

For further information please contact Seonaid Stevenson on 0141 202 0608 or Seonaid.roshni1@gmail.com.

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