From around mid-April, the Anna Freud Centre and MeeToo have yet again come together to evaluate how MeeToo can better meet the needs of young people from marginalised groups by understanding the impacts, opinions and experiences of those who fit the category. The aim is to gather data to find steps towards making MeeToo a more inclusive and relevant platform to a wider audience with a wider variety of experiences.
Considering the past evaluation proved to be highly successful in identifying the app as effective to those experiencing higher levels of stress and anxiety, this new one will further branch on the levels of inclusivity of users on the app.
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- The evaluation will consist of
- The user’s experience in giving or receiving peer support.
- The extent to which inclusivity is presented on MeeToo and how it could be made more inclusive.
- Impacts noticed after using the app, and the timeframe of any changes seen (e.g, immediate or delayed).
- Views and experiences of using MeeToo, including parts liked and disliked.
- The user’s thoughts on the use of the data such as who should access it and how it could be accessible.
- Ideas for future changes to MeeToo and how it could be improved.
- We welcome you to take part
It is really important to give young people a chance to be heard, and we want to hear in their own words about what matters to them. We welcome you to take part.
It is important to note that if you do choose to sign up, you are under no obligation to answer questions that you may feel uncomfortable with. It is completely optional.
- Where to find out more
If you would like to take part, find the information sheet here for more details.
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