Are you a woman who has experienced family and domestic violence and had trouble trying to rent a property?
The Department of Social Services has contracted a team of researchers from the University of South Australia to conduct research that aims to better understand how tenancy laws impact on women and children escaping family and domestic violence.
The study will also provide recommendations to the government on how residential tenancy laws might work better in the future to improve outcomes for women and children.
The research has approval from the University of South Australia’s Human Research Ethics Committee (2018-201305)
They are seeking women who have:
1) experienced family and domestic violence, and
2) had trouble trying to rent a property
to take part in an online survey to help better understand this issue.
There are no costs associated with participation in this research project. Participation is on a voluntary basis.
The survey can be found here https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/nationalsurveytenancylaws