What do you think?

Survey for Pontio users

We are currently looking at how Pontio works ‘holistically’ in offering excellence in the overall experience that users have when visiting the building. One aspect of this is the extent to which those who attend performances and/or cinema screenings also take advantage of other facilities in the building such as our signature restaurant on level 2 – Gorad. We’d be grateful if you would consider filling in the online questionnaire here to help us improve the overall Pontio Arts and Innovation offer. The questionnaire is part of a research study being conducted with the School of Psychology at Bangor University and so requires you to read the information in the 1st question and provide consent to take part. All data will be anonymised and kept confidential.

As a thank you for your time, we are offering thechance to win one of three £40 meal voucherfor Gorad for those who complete the questionnaire. Just add your contact details at the end and we will enter you into a prize draw.

Thank you for your time,
Pontio Arts and Innovation in collaboration with the School of Psychology

Survey

Traces Trial / Treial Olion

What it’s all about?

We are looking for people to come and experience Traces Olion, at St Fagans National Museum of History. It’s a site-specific storytelling app produced by yello brick in collaboration with National Museum Wales and Cardiff University. We’re interested in finding out what you think about the project, so we can measure the impact it has had.

What We Need You To Do

We will need you to come to St Fagans, try the app, and answer a few questions about your experience. This will take about 90 minutes.

We can offer £25 to cover your time and travel expenses.

We have a limited number of places available.

Sessions are available on the following dates:

  • Friday 9th March
  • Saturday 10th March
  • Sunday 11th March

How do I get involved?

If you’d like to attend a session, please register below.
Each time slot is for two people, which means that on the day, you might be asked to use the app alone or be partnered with another participant.
If after registering you realise that you cannot attend, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can allocate your space to someone else.

REGISTER HERE

Have your say on equality resources for the third sector

What’s the project about?

Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC) and Diverse Cymru have been commissioned by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) Wales to develop a series of resources on equality duties in Wales for third sector organisations. These resources are about helping Welsh third sector organisations understand and use equality law in Wales.

What are the equality resources?

We’ll be developing information, letters, flyers and posters aimed at helping third sector organisations understand and use the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) and the specific duties in Wales to challenge discrimination and drive change.

Topics we’ll be covering include:

  • Setting, publishing and reviewing equality objectives
  • Strategic Equality Plans
  • Equality Impact Assessments
  • Engagement with people from protected groups
  • Training for staff in public sector organisations
  • Links between equality law/duties and the Well-being of Future Generations Act

Who should get involved?

We want to make sure the resources we develop work well for all third sector organisations in Wales. This includes national charities, local charities anywhere in Wales, social enterprises, associations, mutuals and co-operatives, self-help groups and community groups.

The resources are aimed at improving your knowledge of the equality duties in Wales and providing you with tools you can use to challenge public sector organisations and improve equality in Wales.

We want to hear from all third sector organisations, not just groups that work on equality issues or with particular communities. It is important these resources can be used by third sector organisations that don’t focus on equality.

Get involved in any of the following ways:

First thoughts

Before we start we want your thoughts on what would help you understand and use equality laws and duties and possible resources.

You can let us know your thoughts by:

  • Completing our two minute online survey: 

https://c3sc.polldaddy.com/s/have-your-say-on-equality-resources-for-third-sector

Please respond by Monday 26th February.

Attending one of our Focus Groups

We will be running three focus groups, which are free to attend.
These sessions will include an introduction to the specific equality duties for Wales, to ensure that participants are aware of the duties that resources focus on.

You’ll then get an opportunity to:

  • Discuss what you want to know about the equality duties and how to use them
  • Discuss what letters and resources would be useful for you and other third sector organisations
  • Look at the draft briefings, template letters, posters, and leaflets and feedback on their content and wording
  • Let us know what other kinds of resources would be useful

Tea and coffee will be provided at all events. All venues are accessible and first floor venues have lifts and accessible facilities. Please let us know if you have any access requirements when you register. Please also let us know if travel or other costs are a barrier to you attending.
 
Thursday 1st March 2018 in Cardiff.

Registration 9:45 am. Focus group: 10 am – 1 pm
Venue: Culture & Media Centre @ Loudoun, Plas Iona, Butetown, Cardiff, CF10 5HW
 
Friday 2nd March 2018 in Carmarthen.
Registration 9:45 am. Focus group 10 am – 1 pm
Venue: Carmarthenshire Association of Voluntary Services (CAVS), The Mount, 18 Queen Street, Carmarthen, SA31 1JT.
 
Thursday 8th March in Colwyn Bay.
Registration 12:45 pm. Focus group 1 pm – 4 pm
Venue: Station Court meeting rooms, above Porters Coffee Shop, 41-43 Station Road, Colwyn Bay, LL29 8BP.
 
Reviewing the draft resources
If you want to look at the draft information, letters, leaflets and posters, but can’t attend one of the focus groups, there are a number of ways you can do this:

  • We can email you the drafts for your comments
  • We can post you drafts if you’re not online
  • You can phone us to provide feedback

 
For more information, or to book a place on a focus group, please contact C3SC:
Telephone: 029 2048 5722
Email: admin@c3sc.org.uk