Activism Survey


 

When Saving the World Isn’t Your Day Job:
Intersectional Environmental Activism & Emotional Well-Being

 

Thank you for your interest in the survey! The results of this survey will help us gain a statistical analysis of the issues of mental health in activist communities fighting for climate justice. Please click on the button to complete the survey, or see ways to share/support this research below.

 

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If you are not part of our target audience for this survey, but would still like to support this research you can do so by sharing our survey on social media:

 

Twitter:

• Politically aware? Important (multiple choice) survey on activist mental health: http://bit.ly/activistmh2 #ActivistMHsurvey

• Fill out this survey researching activist mental health in our current social climate: http://bit.ly/activistmh2 #ActivistMHsurvey #MH

• Help York researchers support activists struggling with their mental health: http://bit.ly/activistmh2 #ActivistMHsurvey #mentalhealth

 

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SHARE: Do you consider yourself left-leaning and politically aware? Help us research the impact the current social, political and *literal* climate is having on our mental health. Fill out our multiple-choice survey here: http://bit.ly/activistmh1

SHARE: York University researchers have created a multiple-choice survey on emotional well being and how it relates to intersectional environmental activism. Fill out this survey to help create better resources and appropriate treatments for activists struggling with their mental health: http://bit.ly/activistmh1

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