The University of Tasmania are conducting a survey to better understand the experiences of LGBTQ+ people in religiously affiliated workplaces.
The Charities Crisis Cabinet believes now is the time to achieve meaningful reform to Australia’s not fit for purpose and outdated system of fundraising regulation. Please take five minutes to complete this short survey on your experience with current disparate regulations across states and territories.
Public Health Services are undertaking a conversation to all mental health and community staff in Tasmania to become comfortable starting a conversation with their clients about stopping smoking.
A public feedback period is now open on the new vision, which will guide development and planning across Greater Hobart for the next 30 years to ensure it grows to be a thriving and inspiring place to live.
Mission Australia’s Youth Survey 2021 is now open. Now in its 20th year, the Mission Australia Youth Survey is the largest online survey of its kind in Australia and provides an important annual snapshot into the experiences and views of young people aged 15-19.
Are you a Young Carer aged up to 25 years of age who provides care and support for a parent, partner, child, relative or friend who has a disability, is frail aged, or who has a chronic mental or physical illness. Carers Tasmanian recognises that young carers in the community can face challenges in their caring roles.
COTA Tasmania is inviting expressions of interest from older Tasmanians living in the Greater Hobart area who have attended a Seniors Week event(s) in the past three years, to participate in a focus group discussion in Kingston on Thursday 11 March 2021.
In order to best meet the needs of the health, social and community services workers across a range of professions, Emerging Minds, with its delivery partners, is conducting a national workforce survey. This survey seeks to understand the current levels of awareness and most pressing challenges facing professionals in supporting children’s mental health in their everyday practice.
Working It Out has been funded by the Sidney Myer Fund and the Pride Foundation to develop a training package for disability support organisations to be more LGBTIQ+ inclusive.
The Tasmania Project — Young People’s Voices research team is interested in hearing what young Tasmanians (aged 9-17) think about their own and Tasmania’s future, and their experiences since COVID-19 began. They also want to hear from parents/guardians about their thoughts on their child(ren)’s experiences during this time, as well as their own opinions.