June Oscar AO, and her team are leading a national conversation directly with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and girls. The conversations will hear from women and girls about their priorities, challenges and aspirations for themselves, their families and their future. Whilst the team will not be able to get to every community, we hope to hear from as many women and girls as possible through this process. There are many ways that your voice can be heard.
The Wiyi Yani U Thangani survey is one way that we can hear from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women across the country. It is a quick multiple-choice survey, which is expected to take 10-15 minutes. Participation in the survey is voluntary. Whether you have taken part in the engagements or not we would love for you to complete our survey.
The Commission may use your responses for the project’s report and other documents produced by the Commission in the future. Your personal information will not be reproduced, and you will remain anonymous.
This survey is for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women 18 years of age and over, including all women who are trans, gender diverse and intersex.
There are many other ways that girls (under 18) can be a part of this exciting project, such as completing the submission form or coming to one of the engagement sessions.