GBVF Health Check

Self-improvement tool on organisational readiness to respond to GBVF

By completing the Health Check you will enable your organisation to track its progress on the GBVF improvement journey.  After submission you will find a link to register for the Circle of Amplifiers and get access to tools, resources and training modules supporting the GBVF Maturity journey.  

Survey Purpose

The purpose of this “GBVF Health Check” survey is to help organisations in the GBVF Collective assess how they are doing when it comes to GBVF-related behaviours, policies, and practices, and to identify actions to improve their performance and their alignment with best practices in the field.

Survey Results

The results of this survey will only be shared with your organisation’s contact person. Results from all participating organisations will be aggregated by municipality, district and province to identify trends and to allow each organisation to compare its results with the aggregated results of its peer organisations.  

This is an anonymous survey. It’s important to ensure that surveys are fair, unbiased and respectful towards all participants.  


(Non-binary - a term that can be used by people who do not describe themselves or their genders as fitting into the categories of man or woman.)

1. Policies & Codes of Conduct

1.4 - In our organisation, there are policies that create a culture conducive to healthy gender relations.
Please indicate if these policies exist, and how well they are enforced.

* A Gender Affirmative policy outlines an organisation’s position and support available for employees affirming, transitioning or questioning their gender identity or expression.

2. Behaviours

Please pick one option from the list below under each statement, as best as you can recall:

Need support?

If you find this survey difficult or triggering, please make use of support from these resources.

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