Survey Participants needed

Safe in public: understanding how sexual harassment affects people’s use of public space

 

The Centre for Abuse Research (CARe), based in the Institute for Social Justice & Crime at the University of Suffolk, is conducting a survey to learn more about UK people’s experiences of sexual harassment in public spaces, how people think we should talk about these behaviours and how people think we should respond to these behaviours to make public spaces safe and accessible.


We are keen to hear from a range of people with as many different experiences and perspectives as possible, including researchers, advocates and others working to end VAWG. If you live in the UK and would like to contribute to the research, please feel free to take part in the survey and share via your professional and personal networks.

 

Please note that, due to the subject of the research, some survey questions are personal and sensitive in nature.

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