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Domestic abuse - what matters to young people on the topic of relationships?

Alert message sent 08/09/2021 10:32:00

Information sent on behalf of Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner


Domestic abuse research shows that by the age of 15, many young people have already experienced significant abusive behaviours in their relationships.

Updates to the sex and relationships curriculum last year have begun to open up conversations around healthy behaviours and consent, but young people still feel that talking about abuse in their relationships is a taboo subject.

It’s easy to get swept up in relationships, and identifying warning signs of toxic behaviour can be difficult for young people.

SafeLives want to better understand why and how young people begin to instigate harmful behaviours.

They are asking 11-25 year olds what they think is and isn’t ok in a relationship via the survey below.

Are you 25 or under? Please take part in the survey.

Do you have children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, or any other young people in your life? Please share the suvery below with those aged 11-25.

The survey should take approximately 10 minutes to complete, and you will be given the option at the end to be entered into a prize-draw for a £50 Amazon Voucher. The survey is available in English, Welsh, Polish, Punjabi and Urdu.

Please help SafeLives in working to end domestic abuse.

https://bit.ly/3k0CFNM
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Emma French (Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Communications Manager, Lincolnshire)

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