The Office of the eSafety Commissioner and Griffith University are seeking survey responses from family violence practitioners on children’s experiences with technology-facilitated abuse in the context of domestic and family violence. Information from this survey will be used to inform Australian government policy recommendations for improving adults’ and children’s safety around technology in domestic violence situations. The survey is open to all family and domestic violence practitioners, including those who have not seen technology-facilitated abuse in the course of their work. Access the survey.
Australian Women Against Violence Alliance (AWAVA) is seeking the perspectives of people aged over 15 who have been subjected to different forms of gender-based violence. They are seeking information about the services and support that people have accessed or were unable to access. The survey findings will be used to identify gaps in how services provide support for victims/survivors. The survey takes approximately 17 minutes to complete.
LaTrobe University is conducting an online survey seeking the views of professionals who have worked with serious child neglect in the past year to inform understandings about recovery pathways. Results from the survey aim to help inform a PhD research project focused on developing a theory of change to address the developmental consequences of serious childhood neglect. The survey will take around 30 minutes to complete and is open until 31st January 2020. Access the survey.