Survey for Parents of Carers living in Greater Manchester

The Greater Manchester Combined Authority are encouraging parents and carers to help shape a new campaign for young people to help them achieve their aspirations in life and provide support to prevent them from getting involved in violent crime.

Led by the Greater Manchester Violence Reduction Unit (VRU), the campaign will be positive and will be developed with input from young people. It will also offer support to parents and carers to help young people get on well in life.

To develop the campaign, they want to hear from young people aged 10-17 and their parents and carers, from across Greater Manchester. The survey will help them to find out what it’s like to be a young person, what support they would like, and how we can help parents and carers. Young people who fill out the survey, will also be offered the chance to enter a prize draw to win a pair of Apple AirPods.

Parents or carers of a young person, aged 10-17, living in Greater Manchester, should complete the parent survey at

The young people’s survey is also available at

Please can you promote this opportunity to your contacts, networks and service users as appropriate. 

The surveys will be live until Thursday 21st January.

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