Girls' Wellbeing Survey
The Commissioner for Children and Young People WA invites young people to take part in our Girls’ Wellbeing Survey!
This short survey focuses on three main issues of self-esteem, belongingness and gender inequality. Please note this survey is now closed for responses.
All young people (girls, boys, gender-diverse) aged between 12 and 24 are encouraged to share their views and experiences around these topics, and what we can do to better support them.
All responses will be anonymous and used only in resources produced by the Commissioner.
The Girls’ Wellbeing Project is in response to the Commissioner for Children and Young People’s 2021 Speaking Out Survey which revealed a difference in the way girls and boys rated their health and wellbeing and we would like to find out more so that we can determine ways to better support and listen to girls and young women throughout Western Australia.
If you would like more information on the Girls’ Wellbeing Project and other work of the Commissioner please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Speaking Out Survey
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