Second survey on the safe reopening of schools

The survey is now available in Arabic, English, French, German, Portuguese and Spanish. – L’enquête est désormais disponible en allemand, anglais, arabe, espagnol, français et portugais. – O questionário está agora disponível em árabe, inglês, francês, alemão, português e espanhol.  La encuesta ya está disponible en alemán, árabe, español, francés, inglés y portugués. – Die Umfrage ist jetzt in Arabisch, Englisch, Französisch, Deutsch, Portugiesisch und Spanisch verfügbar. المسح متاح الآن باللغات العربية والإنجليزية والفرنسية والألمانية والبرتغالية والإسبانية

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You are invited to complete the second survey on the safe reopening of schools and to share the survey within your network. The aim of the survey is to gather the experiences and opinions of education and health professionals about the processes in place in their countries and territories to reopen schools safely during the COVID-19 pandemic, and to keep them open.

We want to continue to form a bridge between the scientific data and the needs of people who are implementing national guidance and feeling the impact of the ongoing pandemic in schools and the surrounding communities. It will reflect on intersectoral working to date, and recommendations for moving forward.

The survey explores the public health measures that have been put in place in schools; communication of guidance at national and/or local level, and the facilitators or barriers to safe reopening. The survey should take 10-20 minutes to complete. It is a follow-up of the survey which was conducted in May/June 2020.






Researchers involved

Consortium partners

The survey is conducted by the UNESCO Chair and WHO Collaborating Center in Global Health & Education with the support of its consortium partners from ASCD, CHAIN, Education International, EUPHA Child and Adolescent Public Health, EUPHA Health PromotionGCU London, IAAH and their Young Professionals’ Network, IUHPE, NCD Child, UCA and the SHE Network.

Researchers from the following Universities and organisations are contributing to the research:

  • Clermont Auvergne University, France
  • GCU London, UK
  • Leuphana University, Germany
  • State University of São Paulo (UNESP), Brazil
  • Swiss Public Health Doctors Society, Switzerland
  • University of Huddersfield, UK
  • University of Minho (CIEC research centre), Portugal
  • University of Rovuma, Nampula, Mozambique
  • Young People’s Health Special Interest Group of the UK Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (YPHSIG) (UK)