The Great Brno Expat Survey: The First Step in Shaping New Public Policies
Brno Expat Centre, together with SocioFactor and Masaryk University, has received a new grant for a project to improve the daily lives of foreigners across the South Moravian region. Photo credit: Casadei Graphics.
Brno, Oct 22 (BD) – The first step is to find out what needs to be changed, and for that they need to know your thoughts on the matter.
Give them your feedback and your experiences via ‘The Great Brno Expat Survey’. There are many questions in the questionnaire, but do yourself (and your friends) a favour and fill it out to be a part of changing things for the better.
All foreigners living in Brno or South Moravia (present, past or potential) can answer and influence public policy. “City officials and the Brno Expat Centre will take it from there,” according to the official statement.
You can find the questionnaire here: brnoexpatcentre.eu/survey. The survey takes around 25 minutes and is anonymous.
The survey is indeed a unique project – definitely the most detailed questionnaire ever about the community life of foreigners in any Czech town. You might not have been able to vote in the last municipal elections if you are not from the EU, but this is an even more direct way to influence public policy.
This questionnaire is a part of the research project “Expats in South Moravia Region: Stay and Needs” supported by the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic.
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