Sexism Free Night aims to reduce sexual violence and sexism in nightlife scenes by raising awareness among party goers and promoting safer and more egalitarian nightlife environments. You can read more about this project in the Manifest available following this link>>>.
The Sexism Free Night Survey was designed to research the intersections between sexual violence, nightlife environments (e.g. party spaces, going out at night) and drug use in Europe. We believe that this study will increase knowledge about sexism and the rape culture in different European regions, and inform policies and practices in nightlife.
In this web survey, we will ask some questions about your nightlife experiences. This time frame includes going out before the covid-19 outbreak and also going out during the current context of social isolation (e.g. small parties or meetings at home, in nature or public spaces with your friends, informal parties in hidden locations or video calls and live streaming events).
This study is funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020) and is promoted Health and Community Foundation (ES); Faculty of Education and Psychology of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa (PT); Clubcommission (DE); Kanepes Cultural Center (LV); European Network NEWNET and ReGeneration (RS).
The participation in this study is voluntary. All the answers are anonymous and confidential.
To participate in the survey, follow this link>>>. The survey is available in English, Slovenian, Serbian, Latvian, Portuguese, French, German and Spanish.
For more information about the study, please contact: email@example.com.