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UniSAFE research survey - understanding gender-based violence in the university sector

We’re supporting UniSAFE, a project created to better understand the prevalence of gender-based violence in research performing organisations and universities. Members of our community are invited to take part in the UniSAFE survey and contribute to this initiative which aims to eradicate gender-based violence from the research and university sector. The survey is the largest of its kind in Europe.

Your participation in the survey will be anonymous and it will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.

Gender-based violence is violence directed towards a person because of their gender, or violence that affects persons of a specific gender disproportionally. It is not limited to violence against women, and it may affect all people. The UniSAFE research team welcomes responses from all genders and from all staff and students.

Whether you yourself have experienced gender-based violence or not, your input will contribute to creating solid, measurable evidence on the persistent and often under-reported issue of violence in academia and research.

Take the UniSAFE survey.

For more information about the survey, read the UniSAFE FAQs.

Warwick’s University Principles make clear that we do not tolerate sexual misconduct, violence or abuse and that we are committed to providing a campus environment in which all members of our community feel safe and are respected. Find out more about our student sexual misconduct policies.

There are a number of ways to get support for and disclose sexual misconduct, violence or abuse at Warwick.