AWAVA wants to know more about young women and non-binary people’s experiences of sexual and gender-based violence. Learning more about how young women and non-binary people report and seek support after violence and abuse will help us understand what needs to change.
The online survey will take you approximately 20-30 minutes to complete. The survey is anonymous and does not require you to disclose your name or the services you’ve used unless you choose to.
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The online survey will now close 13 June 2021.
Easy English Version
AWAVA has partnered with Women With Disabilities Australia‘s WWDA Youth Network to fund an Easy English version of the survey. It is important to capture the experiences of young women and non-binary people with disability and low literacy levels.
Completed versions of these downloadable documents can be emailed to [email protected] or printed and mailed to Australian Women Against Violence Alliance, PO Box 1579, Canberra City ACT, 2601 by 13 June 2021. The PDF’s have been made fillable, meaning you can type directly into them.
If you need support to fill in these documents, you can:
- Email Mali Hermans (AWAVA) at [email protected]
- Call or text Heidi La Paglia (WWDA) on 0448 417 850
- Use the National Relay service to call us. Call 1800 555 677 and ask for 0448 417 850
- Need a translator? Call 131 450 and ask for 0448 417 850
- Post a letter to Australian Women Against Violence Alliance, PO Box 1579, Canberra City ACT, 2601