The purpose of the survey is to determine reform priorities, policy options and preferences, and how individuals within the FRM(Family Rights Movement) community think FRM organisations should coordinate amongst themselves to achieve desired reform objectives. This is the first survey of its kind in the FRM Community.
This is an anonymous survey so your confidentiality and privacy are assured.
The survey takes about 40-70 minutes to complete. Yes, it’s long and even demanding in places, but you wouldn’t expect a survey dealing with comprehensive family policy reforms to be anything but. If you wish, you may take the survey in instalments. Simply exit your survey session and your work will be automatically saved. You can log in at a later time (from the same computer) using the same link above and resume your work.
Pass this email to your friends and colleagues in the FRM community so that they can also take the survey, and they can pass it on, and so on.
The survey closes September 28, 2011. Survey results will be released in early October to ALL FRM organisations ( about 62 and counting) and will be made available to the academic community for research. FRM organisations- either individually or collectively- are free to use survey results for their own advocacy purposes.
I would really encourage people to participate in this.
It is a really positive effort by some members of the FRM who want to make a difference and gauge opinion. It's based on a Canadian survey and asks some interesting and challenging questions.
The more who respond the more statistically significant the results will be, and if enough participate it will provide an important snapshot of how the justice system is viewed by the FRM community and what fundamental principles (if any;) ) can be supported by a majority within that community.
That in turn may provide the basis for further cooperation and integration within the FRM, and the exchange of ideas, information and research.