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Poll: What do you know about Violence Against Women?

Poll: What do you know about Violence against Women?
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Now we would gauge your awareness of some facts and figures about violence against women by participating in our survey poll.

Complete the survey poll

The survey poll results will be discussed by the course educators in the Week 5 Live Stream event. This is a live Q & A’s session where you will have the opportunity to ask us direct questions.

This survey poll will take 5-10 minutes to complete.

Note that completion of the survey poll is anonymous and all responses will not be used outside of the course. Completion will have no impact on your progress in the course. If you would prefer not to take part, please mark this step as complete and move on to the next step.

If you have any further questions about the survey poll, please contact Anni Donaldson. This survey poll is being undertaken by The University of Strathclyde and all response data is managed in accordance with the University of Strathclyde’s terms and conditions governing data collection and use which can be viewed here.

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