Be Heard! FECCA’s Access and Equity Survey 2013

February 18, 2013 by

The Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) is the national peak body representing Australians from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.

Each year, FECCA conducts Access and Equity consultations across Australia to learn about the experiences of CALD people in accessing Government services in a range of areas including employment, education, health, aged care services and more. As part of this process, an online survey is developed to gather additional feedback from CALD Australians, which will subsequently be provided to Government on how effective the services it provides are, and where opportunities for improvement exist.

The survey is specifically designed to obtain the insights and opinions of people from CALD backgrounds and takes approximately 5–10 minutes to complete. Respondents can choose to simply select check-boxes or supply extended responses on their experiences.

The information received through this survey will be used by FECCA to compile a comprehensive report to Government that will shape the future delivery of services for people of CALD backgrounds.

Please click here to complete the 2012-13 FECCA Access and Equity Survey. Information provided by survey recipients will be kept securely and any identifying names or features will be removed.

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