*****PLEASE NOTE THIS SURVEY HAS NOW CLOSED*****
Content warning: This news story contains information some readers may find distressing as it refers to data about family, domestic and sexual violence.
Family, domestic and sexual violence (FDSV) is a major health and welfare issue in Australia, affecting people of all ages and backgrounds, but predominately women and children. It can take many forms, including physical and sexual violence, and emotional abuse, including attempts to control another person’s behaviour.
The AIHW’s reporting brings together analysis and information from a range of sources to help better understand family, domestic and sexual violence in Australia.
To better understand the information needs of stakeholders, and the use, perceived value, and impact of our national reporting on FDSV, including specific product formats, the AIHW is asking our stakeholders to participate in a FDSV reporting survey.
The results of this survey will inform the development of an enhanced online reporting platform for FDSV by the AIHW, in particular the presentation and format of data and information.
The survey should take around 5 minutes to complete and will close COB Friday 18 March 2022.
If you have any questions about this survey, please contact the AIHW FDSV team directly via email at [email protected]
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