BME research survey

08 April 2019 Share

Sheffield Hallam University are researching into the inclusion and representation of people from Black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds in children's literature. They would particularly be interested in hearing from those who are involved in promoting or influencing diversity in children's literature, or who have experience of the barriers and enablers to achieving greater diversity across the sector.

Sheffield Hallam University are researching into the inclusion and representation of people from Black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds in children's literature. They would particularly be interested in hearing from those who are involved in promoting or influencing diversity in children's literature, or who have experience of the barriers and enablers to achieving greater diversity across the sector.  

This research will build on recent evidence and the findings will be used to make practical recommendations for the Arts Council and other organisations. The aims are to help bring about positive changes and improve the representation of BME people across the children's literature sector. 

To give your viewpoint, please complete the online survey here

The survey should take around 10-15 minutes to complete.