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Short fact sheets outlining the key issues raised and the Reform Directions for each topic are available below.
Fact sheets are included to address out-of-scope issues and other matters raised during Phase 1.
The proposed Reform Directions have been informed by research, practices in other Australian jurisdictions, feedback and submissions from Phase 1, as well as discussions and advice from the Review Reference Group.
A multiple-choice survey has been developed to rate the level of support for each Reform Direction in Parts A-F of the Paper.
Guidelines were developed in 2012 to encourage inclusion of appropriate scam warnings and information on websites; establishing vetting and checking systems to detect and deal with scammers; and make available to consumers a scam complaint handling mechanism.
Relationships Australia’s November 2017 monthly online survey asked respondents for their opinion on questions about their use and awareness of online dating.
Sessions have also recently taken place in Launceston, Bicheno and Hobart.
Sessions have been held for elected members, local government staff and the public.
There were no significant differences between the reports of men and women when they were asked to select from a list of traditional ways people usually met partners.
More than 60 per cent (62%) of women and 57 per cent of men reported that they had used online dating sites or applications to meet new partners.
The types of relationships sought through online dating were not significantly different for men and women. Accessed on 13/12/2017 at com.au/news/insight/article/2017/02/09/has-online-dating-encouraged-singledom.
The Tasmanian Government is conducting a major review of Tasmania’s Local Government Legislation Framework.
The Review was announced in June 2018 and will involve extensive consultation with the local government sector, the community and affected stakeholders.