The Jersey Policy Forum (JPF) has announced the launch of a wide-ranging survey to gather views across the community in Jersey about personal experiences of the coronavirus pandemic and their impact on the opportunities and challenges for Jersey as it prepares for the future.
This survey is part of a larger civic engagement project, bringing the community together in Jersey to contribute to the development of policy scenarios to inform long-term policy planning and aspirations for Jersey.
The project is led by a steering committee comprised of Philip Taylor (chair), Tom Hill, Brendan McMahon and Gailina Liew. The results of the survey and a report of the policy scenarios that will be developed over the coming months will be presented to government for consideration and also shared publicly to inform debate.
JPF is encouraging everyone in Jersey to participate in the survey. It can be accessed through a link on JPF’s homepage at: www.jerseypolicyforum.org. Organisations and membership associations are also encouraged to share the survey with their stakeholders, employees and members to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to share their views and thoughts about the pandemic and the future of Jersey.