The UK Commission on Bereavement is an independent commission set up to review the experiences of, and support available for, people affected by bereavement, and to make recommendations to key decision-makers. To help inform its ongoing work, the Commission has launched a call for evidence for both individuals affected by bereavement, and from professionals and organisations working in areas relevant to the inquiry.
The Commission is due to report early next year, and it is anticipated that this will include recommendations across the government. The Commission is independent of government and supported by a steering group of charity partners. They are keen to hear evidence from as wide a range of individuals and organisations as possible. You can take part in the commission by completing their short survey, either as an individual or on behalf of your organisation.
To learn more about the UK Commission on Bereavement, please visit their website.
The call for evidence will close on Friday 31 December 2021.