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Women in Scotland's Experiences of Sexual Harassment

Take part in the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) Women’s Committee’s anonymous survey, and help them build a safer and more equal world of work for all.

Published: 15 December 2021 | 4:25 PM Updated: 17 December 2021 | 4:24 PM
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The findings of the survey will help in tackling sexual harassment at work and in wider society. Photo credit: Shutterstock

As part of 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence and their commitment to building a safer and equal world of work for all, the STUC Women's Committee have launched a survey to gather the views and experiences of women in Scotland's experiences of sexual harassment at work.

All answers will remain anonymised.  The findings of the survey will help to support campaigning activities, policy and bargaining demands and collective action for tackling sexual harassment at work and in wider society. 

Your contribution, experiences and participation are invaluable.

Take the survey

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