Mae Pob Stori O Bwys


Helping you help others contribute to the UK Covid-19 Inquiry

Thank you for your interest in supporting Mae Pob Stori O Bwys. On this page you’ll find some ready to use marketing materials to help you talk to your audience about Every Story Matters using your own channels.

Every Story Matters is an opportunity for everyone to share their experience of the pandemic and its impact, and contribute to the independent UK Covid-19 Inquiry. By encouraging people to share their stories today, we can learn lessons for the future.

Every Story Matters provides inclusive ways for people to share their stories – ensuring they are heard and valued.

Darganfod mwy am Mae Pob Stori O Bwys.

 

Gweithio mewn partneriaeth

We want to encourage as many people as possible to share their stories.

Your support in helping to engage different individuals, especially those significantly impacted by the pandemic, is crucial. That’s why we’ve created a range of resources to make it as easy as possible.

Please help us spread the message of Every Story Matters, by using the resources in this toolkit across your own channels. Together we can encourage people to share their stories to help prepare the UK for future generations.

 

How and where your members can share their stories

To make sure everyone can participate, there are a number of ways you can encourage the people you work with to get involved with Every Story Matters.

The main way to share stories is via the ffurflen ar-lein.   

Opsiynau hygyrch:

Different accessible options are available from the Inquiry directly. You can email contact@covid19.public-inquiry.uk neu ysgrifennwch at RHADBOST, Ymchwiliad Cyhoeddus Covid-19 y DU:

  • Hawdd i'w Ddarllen – Mae Every Story Matters ar gael mewn fformat Hawdd ei Ddarllen:

'Am Bob Stori o Bwys' mewn Hawdd ei Ddarllen

Mae Pob Stori o Bwys - Ffurflen Hawdd ei Darllen i'w phostio

Mae Pob Stori o Bwys - Ffurflen Hawdd ei Darllen ar gyfer e-bost

  • Ffurflen bapur a Braille –  Available upon request, please email us at contact@covid19.public-inquiry.uk am fwy o wybodaeth.
  • Iaith Arwyddion Prydain – Ceir rhagor o wybodaeth am Every Story Matters yn BSL yma. Mae'r Ymchwiliad ar hyn o bryd yn ystyried derbyn cyflwyniadau i Every Story Matters yn BSL a bydd ganddynt fwy o wybodaeth yn fuan.
  • Ieithoedd eraill – Mae’r ffurflen ar gael yn Gymraeg, Pwyleg, Pwnjabeg, Wrdw, Arabeg, Bengaleg, Gwjarati, Tsieinëeg, Cwrdeg, Somalieg, a Tagalog.
  • Stories can also be shared in person at an Every Story Matters event. Times and locations can be found yma.

Mae'n ddefnyddiol gwybod:

Dan 18 oed

Individuals must be aged 18 or over to participate using the online form or accessible options. The Inquiry is aware of the importance of understanding the experience of young people during the pandemic. We are delivering a bespoke and targeted prosiect ymchwil hearing directly from children and young people, including those most affected by the pandemic. 

 

Every Story Matters – ready to use marketing materials

We’ve created some ready to use materials, such as posters and social media imagery, to help you engage with your audience through your own channels.

Download all marketing materials 

English and Welsh

Select specific materials to download

Posters

Social media for use across Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and X

  • Ready to use in English and Welsh 3 x 1:1 Social media Instagram / Facebook

If you would like to add your own logo, discuss bespoke materials or just get some help, please email contact@covid19.public-inquiry.uk

 

Social media copy

Below is some suggested text for you to use in social media posts, which you can copy and paste. It can also be adapted to help you encourage the people you work with to share their stories of the pandemic.

Facebook*: We want you to share your pandemic story, to help us learn lessons for the future. Every story shared @covidinquiryuk will feed into the independent and impartial investigation. #EveryStoryMatters

Instagram*: Share your unique pandemic story @ukcovid19inquiry. Our lived experiences will help us learn lessons for the future. #EveryStoryMatters

X**: Share your story today @covidinquiryuk. Everyone’s pandemic story is valuable and will be fed into the independent and impartial investigation to help us learn lessons for the future. #EveryStoryMatters

LinkedIn***: Every unique pandemic story is important. We want to hear yours. Every story shared @uk-covid-19-inquiry will form part of the permanent record being created by the independent inquiry and inform lessons for the future. #EveryStoryMatters

* Text over 125 characters may be truncated

** Max 280 characters

*** Although you can have up to 3,000 characters, shorter posts of 150-300 characters have greater impact

Copy hints and tips to encourage sharing

The Inquiry has found that people are more encouraged to share their story when particular language is used. For example, phrases that include a feeling of readiness and of taking positive action: 

  • “I want the UK to be prepared for any future pandemics.”

When it comes to talking about deadlines, using words that gives a gentle nudge works best:

  • “There is still time to share.”
  • “Share your experience today.”
  • “Don’t miss your chance to contribute.”
  • “Put your story on record today.”

Newsletter header – editable

Dewch o hyd i'r asedau canlynol sydd ar gael i'w defnyddio ar draws eich sianeli.

Mae'r holl asedau wedi'u golygu i'w rhannu â nhw contact@covid19.public-inquiry.uk i'w cymeradwyo o leiaf 1 wythnos cyn cyhoeddi.

Newsletter/blog longform copy

The following is some suggested copy which can be copied and pasted, or adapted for your own channels, to help encourage the people you represent to share their stories of the pandemic.

We want you to share your pandemic story, to help us learn lessons for the future. Every Story Matters.

Covid-19 affected everyone in the UK, including [insert name of your area/people you work with] We’ve partnered with the independent UK Covid-19 Inquiry to help you share your unique experience of the pandemic and ensure your story helps prepare the UK for future generations. 

Every Story Matters is your chance to tell the Inquiry what you think could be learned, what could have been done better, or differently – or if something was done well.

Beth yw Ymchwiliad Covid-19 y DU?

It’s the public inquiry set up to examine the UK’s response to the pandemic and its impact. The Inquiry is independent from the government and completely impartial.

Why should I share my story?

The Inquiry wants to hear from as many people as possible, from different communities throughout the UK.

We know some experiences are painful to talk about, and sometimes it’s difficult thinking back, but the Inquiry needs to hear from you. Your individual story is valuable, as it will help the Inquiry better understand how Covid-19 affected us all – and what could be done if it happens again.

How can I share my story?

By searching ‘Every Story Matters’ or using the link below, you’ll be taken to a short online form where you can share your pandemic story.

A record of all analysed stories will be produced and submitted into each relevant investigation as evidence. These will be anonymised.

Mae cymorth ar gael os oes ei angen arnoch
Sharing your story may trigger some difficult feelings and emotions. If you need help, please visit: everystorymatters.co.uk for a list of support services.

Adnoddau pellach a chyswllt

Thank you for supporting Every Story Matters and helping people share their stories of the pandemic. If you have any specific questions or require further support, please email our team at contact@covid19.public-inquiry.uk