The 2014 Urban Wellbeing Survey, an initiative of the University of Canberra, aims to better understand how built, natural and social environments shape people’s wellbeing – information that can help local communities, governments and other organisations build better lives for residents. Summary results will be publically available, free of charge, mid-2015. The survey is voluntary, anonymous and completely confidential and is open now until midnight on Sunday 14 December 2014. urbanwellbeing.org.au This research relies on hearing the views of people living in every part of Australia, especially those who may be overlooked due to health, social, locational or other barriers. About 12,000 people living all across Australia have taken part but these include fewer than 50 residents of Darwin. With more participants, Darwin can have its own personalised report for key wellbeing indicators – so please do take part and encourage others to do so, too.
Posted on: Wed, 26 Nov 2014 01:45:53 +0000
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