Online surveys to highlight gender relationships in Aboriginal communities

7th Apr 2021

Aboriginal communities and families living in Mbantwe Alice Springs are being asked to complete an online survey which will highlight equal gender relationships. The animation survey will contribute to research to the prevention of domestic Violence, and will be available to complete from Friday April 8.

Two projects associated with the survey were developed by collaboration between the Equality Insitute, the Tangentyere Family Violence Prevention Program, iTalk studios and the Larapinta Child and Family Centre.

Research and Program co-ordinator Chat Brown spoke with CAAMA's Philippe Perez about the survey and her work with the Equality Institute (audio below).

If you could spare 10-15 minutes of your time, you will be not only contributing to this innovative research, but also have a chance to win a prize packs featuring Old Ways Are Strong and Girls Can Boys Can Merchandise. The deadline for completion is 23rd of April 2021, but why not just do it now! Click the link below to go to the survey.

https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6082933/Tangentyere-Animation-Survey