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Moving Through Survey

 Annapolis Valley Regional Library (AVRL) is conducting a survey of those who participated in the Moving Through project.

The Moving Through project received funding from the Department of Canadian Heritage as part of the Anti-Racism Action Program (ARAP). The purpose of this survey is to learn about the difference Moving Through has made in communities, seek feedback on how to improve similar projects in the future, and report to Canadian Heritage about how the Moving Through project is contributing to the Strategy’s goals.

This survey should take about 5-10 minutes to complete. Your decision to participate in the survey is voluntary. The information you provide will be treated confidentially and will not be linked to you in any way. All the survey results will be summarized in aggregate form. Your comments and opinions are very important and will help AVRL and Canadian Heritage to improve its programming and show how projects like these are making a difference in combatting racism in Canada.

The survey questions explore program participants’ perceptions of whether the activities increased their awareness, understanding, and/or capacity regarding the systemic barriers faced by Indigenous populations, including for employment, justice, and social participation.

The definitions for these concepts are as follows:

Awareness: knowledge or perception of an issue

Understanding: ability to understand or comprehend an issue

Capacity: ability to respond to an issue

Please choose the survey that describes you best:

Descision maker/employee/public (library employees, managers, board members, general public)

Representative of an Indigenous community (presenter or worked on project in some capacity)

Indigenous/First Nations person (attended a program, craft, etc.)