The report explores possible measures of different wellbeing indicators proposed in the ACT Government ACT Wellbeing Framework, which was released in March 2020 (ACT Government 2020).
Living well in the ACT
First conducted in 2019, the survey aims to provide information that can be used to better understand how the wellbeing of people in the ACT region is influenced by the many social, economic and environmental factors.
The results of the survey are used in a range of ways. In particular, the data are used as part of the ACT Government’s tracking of the wellbeing of Canberrans, as part of the ACT Wellbeing Framework – see https://www.act.gov.au/wellbeing/explore-overall-wellbeing.
To find out more about the latest survey visit https://www.regionalwellbeing.org.au/living-well-in-the-act-region/.
Part 1: Wellbeing indicators
Part 2: Bushfire, hailstorm and COVID-19: experiences of ACT residents to May 2020
During April to May 2020, the Living well in the ACT region survey asked ACT residents about their experiences of bushfires, hailstorms and COVID-19.
Part 3: Exploring vulnerability and resilience
This report considers how data collected in the Living well in the ACT survey could be drawn on to explore overall vulnerability and resilience.