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'Unpacking Violence' Webpage Survey 2020

1. Introduction
Our Watch’s overarching purpose is the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia. 

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Our Watch adapted and relaunched the No Excuse for Abuse campaign. The campaign aims to raise awareness non-physical abuse and highlights that there is never an excuse for abuse. It is aimed at men and women aged 18-44 years old.

The Unpacking Violence resources are one component of this campaign and include a downloadable document and four video animations. These aim to support practitioners to facilitate effective conversations in the community about non-physical forms of abuse in relationships.  

We're pleased you are interested in this resource and we'd love you to help us by completing a very brief survey.

It will take you around seven minutes to complete.

We'd also like to invite you to provide your email address, so we can email you a brief follow-up survey in 3 months’ time. The follow-up survey is intended to give you time to read the resource, think about it, and maybe even trying using it.

The two surveys are being conducted by Our Watch. Their purpose is to invite feedback about the Unpacking Violence practitioner resource, for continued improvement and development.  


Please be assured that your responses to this survey are strictly anonymous and confidential. Only group results will be reported on and not individual responses.

For more information about Our Watch’s privacy policy, please go to:
https://www.ourwatch.org.au/privacy-and-legal-statements/

For more information about this survey or its findings, or to provide further feedback, contact us via the email address at the end of this survey. 

By completing this survey, we interpret this as your consent to participate in this research.

Questions that require a response are indicated with a red asterix*. If you miss a required question, the survey will prompt you. 

Please note
  • If you feel you, a child or another person are in any kind of danger, please call 000.
  • If you or someone you know has experienced any kind of abuse, sexual assault, domestic or family violence, call 1800 RESPECT (Ph: 1800 737 732) or visit their website to chat online 1800 RESPECT
  • If you’re concerned about your own behaviour and would like support or information, please call MensLine (Ph: 1300 789 978) (24 hours), or visit their website to chat online MensLine 
  • If you feel any discomfort or distress from looking at this resource or taking part in our evaluation, please contact one of the above support services.
 
1. Which Australian state or territory do you live in?
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3. Do you identify as...(Please select any that apply)
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