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Sexism Free Night Survey

Sexism Free Night

Sexism Free Night is an EU project involving nightlife promoters, NGOs and a University that aims to promote safer and more egalitarian nightlife environments. They are working towards a future where nightlife embraces a gender perspective in the promotion of safety, diversity & valuable experiences for all.

To help with this, they are asking people to take part in a websurvey so can they learn how people across Europe experience nightlife in their country. 



About the Survey 

The survey was designed to research the intersections between sexual violence, nightlife environments (e.g. party spaces, going out at night) and drug use in Europe.

The survey will ask some questions about your nightlife experiences. This time frame includes going out before the covid-19 outbreak and also going out during the current context of social isolation (e.g. small parties or meetings at home, in nature or public spaces with your friends, informal parties in hidden locations or video calls and livestreaming events).

The participation in this study is voluntary. All the answers are anonymous and confidential.

For more information about the study, please contact:


The online survey includes questions about your personal experiences with sexual violence, sexual harassment, rape, intrusive behavior and unwanted sexual attention among other difficult topics.

If you experienced any of the portrayed incidents or struggle with any of these topics, this survey might be difficult for you or bring up strong negative feelings. If you need help or if you searching for a specialized service able to support you.

Rape Crisis Network of Ireland

Dublin Rape Crisis Centre 

National Womens Council of Ireland

Samaritans Ireland 

HSE Drug and Alcohol Helpline, Monday - Friday 9:30am  - 5:30pm, 1800 459 459 or email 

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