UK SAYS NO MORE, in partnership with Stay Safe Global, are undertaking a National Survey that asks the question, what is men’s role in ending domestic abuse and sexual violence?
We ALL have a role to play in ending domestic abuse and sexual violence.
We asked men (Opinium 2018) if they knew of someone who endured domestic abuse, and over 30% responded positively. Additionally, one in three answered that they were not confident in responding to those who suffered domestic abuse.
Through this survey, we would like to dig deeper and explore:
- what men feel their understanding is around domestic abuse and sexual abuse
- how men could participate in the prevention of domestic abuse and sexual violence
- this will feed into future work on supporting men as victims of domestic abuse
Victor Bama talking about how important it is for men to have these conversations. Created in partnership with the NFL, 2017
The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete and responses are anonymous. Your participation and experiences will facilitate our learning, and inform our ongoing campaign and research in understanding how we can include men in the conversation around ending abuse.
The survey will remain open until the 31st of July.
Should you have any enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org