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Kingston and Richmond Youth Council

Sexual harassment survey for young women 2021

The Kingston and Richmond Youth Council is passionate about making change and listening to the voices of other young people.

They are conducting a survey of young women who live or go to secondary school or college in Kingston or Richmond. This survey is to gather data to establish if young women are experiencing sexual harassment in their school or college. It is completely anonymous. 

Please complete the survey here: https://surveys.achievingforchildren.org.uk/s/KRYCSurveyJune2021/

Watch Elizabeth, a member of the Youth Council, explain why they would like young women to complete the survey:

Where to get help

If you would like to report an incident to the police, please call 999 in an emergency or 101, the non-emergency police line. You can also report anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.

If you or anyone you know have experienced harassment and abuse from a partner/ex-partner or family member and would like support, you can contact the National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247. If you live in Kingston, you can contact the Kingston DV Hub for support on 020 8547 6046. More information can be found on the Kingston Council website and the Richmond Council website.

If you or anyone you know has experienced harassment in public spaces and would like to speak to someone, please contact Victim Support on 0808 168 9111. More information can be found on the Victim Support website.

If you or anyone you know have experienced a sexual assault and would like support, please contact the National Rape Crisis Helpline on 0808 802 9999. More information can be found on their website.

If you or anyone you know are concerned that someone might be stalking you and would like to access support, please contact the National Stalking Helpline for support on 0808 802 0300. More information can be found on their website.

If you are 13-19 years old and have experienced harassment or relationship abuse, you can also access further information on the GettingItOn website.