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Your movement matters - survey translated into six languages

Take the survey: Your movement matters

The School of Sport have commissioned the translation of the Your movement matters research survey into six languages; Welsh, Urdu, Punjabi, Gujarati, Polish and Bengali. Survey respondents can now select their preferred language on the opening page.

Published on 26 May 2021
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Your movement matters is a collaborative research project funded by eight of the UK’s leading walking, climbing and outdoor leisure organisations, examining the demographics of people who participate in the different styles of walking and climbing.

“It's important to us that the survey and research are inclusive of the Black and Global Majority and linguistic minority communities in our society," explained Professor Vini Lander, Director of the Centre for Race, Education and Decoloniality at Leeds Beckett University. “These translations are an effort to ensure that people from a wide range of communities can access and engage in this really important survey.”

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The survey has already been completed by over 3,000 people in the UK and Ireland and will remain open until 8th June. The results will be used across the sector to improve access to walking, climbing and camping amongst those who are currently underserved.

Whether you walk your dog in the park or scale Alpine peaks, your movement matters to us. We want to know more about your experiences and what you do.

Take the survey: Your movement matters

Survey respondents can choose to be entered into a prize draw to win a £100 voucher for Ellis Brigham.

Research funded by:

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Research conducted by:

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Dr Chris Kay

Senior Research Fellow / Carnegie School Of Sport

Dr Chris Kay is a Senior Research Fellow working with Carnegie Great Outdoors. He predominantly works with wounded, injured and sick military personnel on a project called Battle Back. This is delivered and researched by our staff on behalf of The Royal British Legion. At The Battle Back Centre, week long courses are delivered that encompass adaptive adventurous training and personal development for military personnel who are recovering from injury or illness. Chris oversees the longevity research which is conducted in line with these courses, gathering information to understand what part these experiences have in facilitating the participant's recovery.

Professor Leanne Norman

Professor / Carnegie School Of Sport

Leanne is a Professor of Sport and Sociocultural Studies and Director of the Research Centre for Social Justice in Sport and Society within the Carnegie School of Sport. Her research utilises a critical sociological lens to examine sport organisational and coaching cultures to address gender equity and diversity within sport coaching workforces.

Professor Vini Lander

Director Centre for Race, Education and Decoloniality / Carnegie School Of Education
Vini Lander is Professor of Race and Education and Director of the Centre for Race, Education and Decoloniality in the Carnegie School of Education.

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