South Gloucestershire Council launch survey asking if women feel safe

South Gloucestershire’s safer and stronger communities strategic partnership says it ‘has made tackling violence against women and girls (VAWG) a priority area.’ 

Violence against women and girls includes rape, stalking, serious violence, exploitation of prostitution and online acts of abuse including pornography. 

The survey – which is anonymous – is predominantly seeking women’s and girls’ experiences in the area. 

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“We recognise that not everyone feels safe and we want to understand more about this topic,” said a South Gloucestershire Council spokesperson. 

“To do this, we need input from people living and working in the area to tell us their experiences.”

Views and comments are however welcomed from all members of the community. 

The survey should take around 10 minutes to response. 

The deadline for responses is Friday, February 24.

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