The Department of Consumer Protection is partnering with Legal Aid WA to develop a Tenancy Law resource off the back of Legal Aid’s award-winning Blurred Borders kits.
The project aims to develop a communication tool that uses visual art, plain language and storytelling to enhance communication and support people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to understand critical rights, responsibilities and processes around renting. The resource kits also assist agencies and service providers by offering a proven methodology and framework for successful engagement.
To assist with this project, they are seeking feedback from people who work with people that have or are experiencing tenancy issues. If you are interested in taking part could you take five minutes to complete this survey: Blurred Borders Tenancy Baseline Survey. It is 18 questions; none mandatory and very straightforward.
For further information please contact Tom Chapman | Senior Regional Officer Consumer Protection Division email@example.com