Safe Systems Consultation Survey
In March 2017, the WA Labor Government was elected. Some key asks from the Safe Systems campaign were important election commitments of WA Labor and have been implemented, such as appointing a Minister for the Prevention of Family and Domestic Violence. Others have not.

Nearly one year on since the appointment of the Minister for the Prevention of Family and Domestic Violence, we propose to:

- Assess what has been achieved since the Safe Systems election campaign

- Identify systemic gaps that are failing to achieve #SafeSystems for survivors of family and domestic violence and to hold perpetrators accountable

- Map a theory of change that communicates what actions are required to ensure we meet the outcome of #SafeSystems

An important part of this process is to gather information from family and domestic violence services and other key stakeholders. To this end we have developed an online questionnaire. The information we collect from you will be used to inform the development of an Action Plan that will be presented to Minister Simone McGurk at a public launch in late March, 2018.

Thank you so much for your participation.

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