TWO universities from Australia and the UK are joining forces to better understand domestic and family violence on the LGBTI community.

[showads ad=MREC] Researchers from Western Sydney University and the University of Central Lancashire will work together to eventually provide information to assist in the development of improved support services for people in LGBTI relationships.

The research team needs participants to fill in an online survey to help the study become a voice in the national conversation on domestic and family violence.

If you are over 18 years of age, an LGBTI person and are in a regular relationship with someone for over three months, you can participate in the online survey.

To participate in the survey, click here.

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