At De Spiegelonderzoek, we believe that empowering refugees and other marginalized communities to engage in research is an important part of our mission. As such, we offer training and support to refugees who are interested in learning how to conduct survey and public poll research as part of our research services.

Our training program is designed to provide refugees with the skills and knowledge they need to successfully design and implement survey and public poll research projects. The training includes both theoretical and practical components, and covers topics such as:

  • The principles of survey and public poll research
  • How to design a survey or public poll that is relevant and meaningful
  • How to choose the most appropriate sampling method for a survey or public poll
  • How to write effective survey or public poll questions
  • How to analyze and interpret survey and public poll data
  • How to write and present research findings

Our training program is tailored to the needs and experiences of refugees and is designed to be culturally sensitive and responsive. We believe that by empowering refugees to engage in survey and public poll research, we can build their skills and knowledge and contribute to their capacity building.

We are proud to offer this training as part of our research services and are committed to supporting refugees in their journey to become successful survey and public poll researchers. By training refugees to conduct survey and public poll research, we can not only help to build their skills and knowledge, but also increase the relevance and impact of our research projects.