Quiet Voices Unheard Communities

Quiet Voices Unheard Communities

Making sure that communities with quiet voices are heard.

During the development of the inception report for the Quiet Voices project, certain groups and communities were identified as being seldom heard and often overlooked.

In October 2013 Catalyst undertook research in the Borough of Stockton-on-Tees to identify communities whose quiet voices were not being accurately represented in mainstream events and forums and whose voices were not being represented in discussions on strategic developments in the sector. The following list was derived from that research and the final Quiet Voices Inception report can be downloaded below.

Whilst the following list and associated information is by no means comprehensive, we do welcome suggestions from interested parties, and if you have a seldom heard community who you feel needs their voice to be heard please feel free to get in touch and discuss your ideas with us by visiting our contact page.

Seldom Heard Voices

Communities from Areas of Deprivation

Status: Consultation and Planning

Communities of those with a Disability

Status: Consultation and Planning

Communities of those with Mental Wellbeing Issues

Status: Consultation and Planning

Communities of those who are Carers

Status: Consultation and Planning

Communities of those with Physical Health and Wellbeing Needs

Status: Consultation and Planning

Rural Communities

Status:  Consultation and Planning

Black and Minority Ethnic Communities

Status: Consultation and Planning

Gender Specific Communities

Status: Consultation and Planning

Faith Communities

Status: Consultation and Planning

LGBT Communities

Status: Consultation and Planning

Younger People

Status: Consultation and Planning

Older People

Status: Consultation and Planning

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