As part of #combactmisconduct, AVA are launching a UK wide survey to staff and students at Universities to understand their experiences of sexual assault and violence. The survey will run until 20 January 2020. The findings will be written up as a report to be published in spring 2020 as a ten year update on the NUS's Hidden Marks report.
TRIGGER WARNING: This survey, and pages it links to, contains questions about sexual assault and sexual violence which may be triggering to survivors.
In addition to the UK-wide survey, AVA will hold a number of focus groups on campus with students and staff to explore routes and barriers of disclosing and reporting, and the support services available.
You will not be asked about specific experiences of sexual violence, harassment or misconduct in the focus groups. The sessions will explore routes and barriers of disclosing / reporting and support services
If you are interested in taking part, find out more and sign up for the focus groups.
If you've been affected by sexual misconduct, you can access support, or disclose your experiences through the following services:
The Wellbeing Support Portal (024 7657 5570)
- via CRASAC helpline: 024 7627 7777
- via email on email@example.com