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Aims and objectives of the public engagement
Our Taskforce wants to know your views and experiences to better understand the nature, extent, awareness, attitudes towards, and experiences of violence against women and girls in Jersey.
Our findings will help our Taskforce make recommendations to the Government on how to:
- prevent and reduce violence against women and girls on the Island
- better support victims and survivors
- make public spaces in Jersey feel safer
There are 3 ways you can share your views and experiences:
Find out more
about violence against women and girls or
about the Taskforce.
Survey on violence against women and girls
Anyone aged 16 and over can take part in this survey, regardless of your gender.
You don't need to have experienced violence or abuse to complete the survey.
The survey is anonymous.
Complete the violence against women and girls survey
The survey explores a range of topics:
- attitudes about violence against women and girls and what forms it can take
- attitudes about accessing support
- experiences of drink spiking
- experiences of sexual harassment
- experiences of violence online
Give your honest opinion, there are no right or wrong answers. All questions are optional, and you don't have to answer all of them. You can move to the next question or the end of the survey at any time.
Identify places you feel unsafe on the Safety Heatmap
Use the Safety Heatmap to identify places you feel unsafe in Jersey, tell us why and suggest how we can improve that area. You can also up vote other people's comments.
Anyone aged 16 and over can complete the Safety Heatmap, regardless of your gender.
You do not need to have experienced violence or abuse to complete the map.
The map is anonymous.
Complete the Safety Heatmap
Share Your Story survey
Anyone aged 18 and over can take part in this survey, regardless of your gender.
This survey is for people who want to share their experience of violence against women and girls, whatever their experiences are. You don’t have to be a victim or survivor. It’s your opportunity to talk about your story of violence against women and girls and make your own recommendations for reform.
The survey is anonymous.
Complete the Share Your Story survey
Our privacy notice
Violence Against Women and Girls Call for Evidence: public engagement exercise privacy notice