Diversity & inclusion - why does it matter?

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Research: understanding needs and views of MS communities

We'd really love to hear from people who have not had much engagement with the MS Society before – particularly people from:

  • Black and/or Asian backgrounds (or any other non-White ethnicity)
  • People who are younger (between 18-40)
  • People with more advanced MS (for example those who regularly use a wheelchair)

We would also love to hear from friends, family and carers of such people who might also have benefited from MS Society's support. If you are interested in being part in some online focus groups we are running in May, we would love it if you could fill out the details below.

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