Peer Education Programs

This survey is for workers who have run Peer Education Programs in the past or present and anyone interested in peer education in the future.

SHAPE (Sexual Health and Peer Educators) want to hear from those who are running sexual health programs as well as other peer education programs targeting other groups aka mental health, drug and alcohol etc.

Click here to take the three minute survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PeedEducation

Please complete this survey by 15th November 2016

If you have any questions or comments please contact:

Rochelle Avasalu Rochelle@yfoundations.org.au 02 8306 7908) or Priyadi Prihaswan priyadi.prihaswan@health.nsw.gov.au 02 9382 8620).

2016 Regional Wellbeing Survey

The 2016 Regional Wellbeing Survey is now open – please consider taking part again!

Do the survey online at www.regionalwellbeing.org.au

Call 1800 981 499 if you’d like us to post you a paper survey, or for help with the survey.

The Regional Wellbeing Survey’s mission is to support research that improves the wellbeing and quality of life of people living in rural and regional Australia. To achieve this, each year we ask people living across Australia to take part in our survey.

You have previously participated in the survey. That participation made a difference (check out the reports and data on our website). Many organisations are now using the Regional Wellbeing Survey’s results, ranging from local governments to the National Farmers Federation and the Rural Women’s Network. Please consider taking part in the survey again this year, and forward this email to others who might be interested in the survey.

Taking part lets you have your say on issues ranging from your access to the internet and key services, to how events such as floods and drought are affecting you, and how your community is changing. This year we also have some questions for people who care for others, about experiences of caring and the types of support needed by carers.

All survey participants aged 18 or over can enter the draw to win one of 20 prizes worth a total of $9,000. You can choose to do a short or long version of the survey.

The survey is voluntary, confidential and anonymous, and closes on 30th November 2016, at midnight. Thank you for taking the time to participate and sharing your valuable insights.

 

Condom Protocol Survey

CondomsTo increase and broaden condom distribution, the HARP Unit is developing a condom protocol.

The intention is for the protocol to provide guidance and assistance to ensure the safe and effective distribution of condoms for young people across NSW.

To assist in the development of the condom protocol, we would like to hear from you.

We would like to know about your experiences with condom distribution, as well as the knowledge and skills you feel you need to be
able to distribute condoms effectively within your organization and role.

The survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete. All information collected is confidential and non-identifiable. Your responses and input are valued.

This survey will close on Friday 26th August 2016.

Click here to take the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/23TXRG8

 

National Youth Survey

Youth

Youth Action and ARACY have launched a National Youth Survey of Australian young people so we can show decision makers that young people’s issues have to be addressed in the upcoming Federal Election.

Share the survey with your networks: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YPelectionsurvey3

Do you work directly with young people aged 12-25?

We need you to sit down with young people in your service and assist them in filling out this survey online so they can be represented! The more young people fill in the survey, the stronger stories we will have to tell.

Take the survey now

A city for people – Wollongong City Council Online Survey

Surveywww.wollongong.nsw.gov.au/psplsurvey

Did you know that Wollongong City Council has been partnered with internationally renowned  Gehl Architects to study how people use public spaces in the Wollongong City Centre?

So far, we have gathered important insights about where people walk, where they choose to spend time and what they would like the City to be in the future.

Our draft report ‘A city for people’ shares a Vision for the future of the city and six projects for improving public space in our City.

We’d would like to hear your thoughts!

As part of our community engagement for ‘A City for People –public spaces public life’, we have put together an online survey to get feedback on our document and also to hear the communities ideas! There are 9 questions in total and it shouldn’t  take you more than 5 minutes. Each response will act as a formal submission, and puts you into the draw to win one of five $100 gift vouchers!

It would be awesome if you could forward this to anybody (friends and family) you think would be interested in sharing their ideas for the future of the City Centre. We recognise the greatest catalyst for change comes from the community voicing their opinions and sharing all their great ideas!

Thank you for helping out  and contributing to the great city we live in. To complete the survey follow the link below;

www.wollongong.nsw.gov.au/psplsurvey

The survey is open until Friday 11 March 2016.

Illawarra Forum, tell us what you think

Illawarra ForumPlease take the time to complete the Illawarra Forum ‘Training and Sector Development Survey’.

This survey seeks feedback on the training needs of the sector and the future sector development work of the Illawarra Forum.

Click here to complete the survey online. Survey closes 12 October at 4pm.

Living Well: A Strategic Plan for Mental Health in NSW 2014-2024

indexIt’s just under a year since the release of the Living Well: A Strategic Plan for Mental Health in NSW 2014-2024 to reform the NSW mental health sector and facilitate improved mental health and wellbeing for all of us in NSW.

We’d like to hear from you as to what you think about the Plan, your experience of implementation and how you think mental health reform is progressing.

Whether you work for a government agency or a community managed organisation, or if you have a lived experience of mental illness or are a carer, your views are important to us and will help us form a picture of progress.

To participate, just start the survey now.

We look forward to hearing your views and thank you in advance for your participation.

Review of the Associations Incorporation Act 2009

Following a governance review in 2013, NSW Fair Trading is undertaking a statutory review of the Associations Incorporation Act 2009.

The aim of this review is to ensure the Act is working as intended. The issues raised in submissions to the governance review will be considered in this review.

We encourage associations and their members to have their say by completing the online survey available on the Fair Trading website.

The survey will close on 7 August 2015.

View the media release we have published on the review of the Act.