Voices of Men and Boys Survey
20th June 2019
We cannot end domestic abuse without listening to the voices of men and boys.
Men and boys are more likely to harm other people and themselves, and less likely to talk to anyone about it. Yet they are almost entirely absent from the public conversation – and understanding – of domestic abuse. In order to open up this conversation, SafeLives have put together a survey that aims to gain an understanding of the attitudes men and boys have towards relationships, masculinity, gender roles and what behaviours are acceptable in a relationship.
They want to gather at least 1,000 voices from all backgrounds and all parts of the UK – they would love it if you could share the survey with your friends, family and wider networks. The survey should take around 10 minutes to complete and all responses are anonymous. The results will help to inform their work, and allow them to amplify the voices of men and boys on these complex issues.