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Gulf Islands Sexual Safety Survey

May 11, 2016

 SWOVA sexual assault survey 3 (online version) 1.5xConsent and Sexual Assault Study in the Southern Gulf Islands

YOUR Input is Needed!

Survey now extended to June 6th

 

 

A community wide survey is requesting your feedback during the month of May (until June 6th) focusing on our understanding of consent and sexual assault. All community members age 14 and over are invited to participate and share their thoughts on these matters.

Your feedback will provide a better understanding of community awareness of these issues and the services that pertain to them for Mayne, Galiano, Saturna,

Salt Spring and Pender Islands. The Gulf Island Sexual Assault and Consent Project is a three-year initiative funded by Status of Women Canada, conducted by SWOVA Community Development and Research Society and its community partners.

The survey can be found at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8TGGRPP

Any information or thoughts shared will be completely anonymous and confidential.

For any questions about the survey please call the SWOVA office at 250-537-1336.

 

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