In November 2017 when Fair Play WA was first established, we called on the WA music community to take the Fair Play WA survey to help inform the attitudes towards gender equity and experiences of gender discrimination across the WA sector. These survey results went on to inform and feature in the Fair Play WA report, released in March 2020 ahead of International Women’s Day.

Two and a half years on from the initial survey, we’re re-surveying the community with the Fair Play 2020 survey to gauge shifts in attitudes, experiences and see where we’re at now. The Fair Play 2020 survey features the same questions, allowing us to directly compare and evaluate the progress and ensure initiatives are evolved alongside the changing areas of need. All responses are completely anonymous, and no personal details or contact information is required as part of the survey. You have the freedom to skip questions, and provide as little or as much detail with your responses.

We’re calling on WA industry practitioners, musicians and gig-goers of all ages and genders to jump online and complete the survey. It’s anonymous, quick and easy!

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Fair Play WA 2020 survey is now open and will close on 5pm WST Friday 3 July 2020.

FAIR PLAY WA 2017 SURVEY RESULTS

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FAIR PLAY WA 2020 SURVEY FAQ

Do I need to complete every answer for my responses to count?
You will need to complete the mandatory fields, or the survey will not allow you to progress.

What are WAM using the information for?
The data collected from the survey will be collated to provide a snapshot of community attitudes and experiences in the form of percentages in different demographics group. This research is part of the ongoing Fair Play WA initiative and will be used to inform new recommendations and projects. It will be released publicly after collation.

Do I need to provide my email address, contact information, or personal details during the survey?
No. All responses are anonymous and no contact information is collected as part of the survey. You can elect to include personal details in written responses, but this is not required as part of the survey or platform. If you are concerned you have included contact information and would like it removed prior to collation of responses, you can contact us.

What are WAM using the information for?
The data collected from the survey will be collated to provide a snapshot of community attitudes and experiences in the form of percentages in different demographics group. This research is part of the ongoing Fair Play WA initiative and will be used to inform new recommendations and projects. It will be released publicly after collation.

What survey platform are WAM using?
The survey is hosted on Culture Counts, an independent Australian platform designed for Arts & Culture research. Survey responses and research data are stored on an internal protected server until the research period is concluded. At this point, the data is destroyed. Culture Counts do not provide information to any third parties (marketing agencies, researchers, organisations etc), unless they are directly involved in the research. In this case, WAM are the only party involved. You can read the Culture Counts Privacy Policy here.