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Sexual Violence Prevention Survey

This survey is to help us seek the views of a broad range of community members on this important issue. It will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. Questions are not compulsory - you only need to answer the questions you wish to respond to. 

Your responses are completely confidential. The information you share here will only be used to help inform the development of the Sexual Violence Prevention Framework.

Sexual violence is a sensitive issue and can bring up strong feelings for people, especially if they have experienced abuse or assault. If this survey makes you feel worried, upset or unsafe you can call the Queensland Sexual Assault Helpline on 1800 010 120 between 7.30am and 11.30pm, 7 days a week. You can also call Lifeline on 13 11 14. If you or anyone you know is in immediate danger call Triple Zero (000). 

Demographic questions
What is your age?  
How do you identify?  

Do you identify as being part of any of these groups?  

What is your primary interest in taking this survey?  

Education, awareness and cultural change
What do you think causes sexual violence?  
What do you think needs to change so sexual violence doesn't occur in our communities?  
How can we make those changes happen?  
Supporting victims and survivors
What can individuals and communities do to better support people who have experienced sexual violence?  
What can governments and services do to better support people who have experienced sexual violence?  
If you have experienced sexual violence or supported someone who has, did you seek help and support? What did you find helpful, and what (if anything) could have been done better to support you?  
Meeting the needs of all Queenslanders
What do you think are specific issues relating to sexual violence in your community?  
How can governments and service providers make sure our responses are inclusive of all Queenslanders and meet the needs of different groups and individuals?  
Strengthening and integrating the service system
How can we improve the system of services (e.g. sexual assault services, police, health) that support people who have experienced sexual violence and hold perpetrators to account?  
Do you know of any approaches that are already working well in Queensland, or in other states or countries?  

We've noticed that you are taking a longer than average amount of time to complete your response to this survey. As such, we recommend that you save your response before continuing any further. If you choose not to save and continue, please be aware that your response may not be accepted due to session timeout.

About your privacy

The Queensland Government is bound by the Information Privacy Act 2009.

The information you provide on this form will only be used for the purpose of informing the State Government's final position on Sexual Violence Prevention. We will not share your name or contact details with anyone without your consent. This consultation is a public process and any comments you provide may be published online or elsewhere and may be transmitted outside of Australia. You may wish to bear this in mind when providing your comments.

You are not obliged to provide comments and if you do so it is under the condition that you agree that your comments may be published including on the internet. We will not publish your name or contact details.

Your comments may be moderated according to our acceptable use policy.

Read our privacy statement for details.

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Submit your responses now. Closes 30 April 2019, 11:59PM.

Last updated
 21 March 2019

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