From July 2016 Warwickshire County Council will be funding a new county-wide service which will help promote equality for people who are treated unfairly due to their background or personal characteristics (such as disability, sex, race, age, gender reassignment, or sexual orientation).

We want to hear from you about what types of service you think people need and how they should be provided. Your answers to this survey will help Warwickshire County Council to ensure the right type of service is being provided to local residents.

You can tell us what you think by completing one of the surveys below (there is one for organisations that might have a view on the new service and one for local residents). If you have any questions about this survey, or would like to share your views over the phone or email, please contact Asif Afridi from brap (an equality charity that is conducting this research for the council) on or 0121 278 8455.

The survey for staff working in local organisations who would like to share their perspective on how the new service should work is available HERE

The survey for local residents who would like to inform the types of services that are offered in the future is available HERE

All responses to the survey will be reported anonymously and it should take about 10 minutes to fill in. Both surveys will close at 11:59pm on Thursday 7 January 2016.