The LGBT National Health Alliance is seeking community input for its same-sex law reform education campaign.
The Alliance has launched an online survey to receive community input to ensure their $350,000 education campaign is as effective as possible.
“We want to better understand how LGBT people are responding to the legislative reforms,” said the Alliance’s executive director Gabi Rosenstreich.
“We want to know their thoughts and feelings about the changes as well as how, when and where we can provide them with useful information. We’d like to hear from everyone ­—  whether you are in a relationship or not.”
ACON CEO Stevie Clayton said this was just one of a number of strategies.
“Our campaign team is engaging with the community across Australia in a range of ways during the development phase,” she said.
“This includes a national advisory group, working with local and state partners and seeking views directly from the community through focus groups and surveys.”
The survey runs until September 22.

info: To take part in the survey visit www.lgbthealth.org.au/samesexlawreform

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