Many of these questions have been taken from large New Zealand surveys, so we can compare our experiences against the wider New Zealand population. For most questions, you just need to select from some ‘tick box’ response options. Some questions will allow you to write in more details.

Some of the questions are about difficult topics that might be hard for you to answer. There include questions about hurting yourself, suicide, and experiences of being treated badly by other people, including emotional, physical, and sexual violence. We have put careful thought into whether we should ask these questions and we only ask questions about things it is important for our communities to know.

 

What is this survey about?
Who can take part?
How long will the survey take?
What types of questions will you be asked?
What are your rights?
Who can you contact for support?