Do you have a spare 15 minutes? Take part in an important national survey
Share your experiences of Islamophobia, race hate, and discrimination.
Click on this link and take part: https://tinyurl.com/o26ozmus
The Australian Human Rights Commission is conducting a national survey. It will gather data and intelligence from Australian Muslims about community strengths, priorities and concerns, and suggestions how communities can be supported.
- takes about 15 minutes to complete
- is anonymous and confidential
- will remain open until September 2019
- is available in Arabic, Dari, English and Urdu.
You and your families, colleagues and communities should complete the survey. Please participate in this important opportunity to tell a national story of Australian Muslim experience.
Questions cover topics like connection and identity, experiences of discrimination, hate and Islamophobia, and the Christchurch tragedy. The survey will also give you the opportunity to tell the Commission about community initiatives that are working well.
More information about the survey and the Sharing the stories of Australian Muslims project can be found on the project page on the Commission’s website.