26 March 2014

#YouthAttitudes

#YouthAttitude

Has anything changed between 1999 and 2014?

Take part in White Ribbon’s national survey on young people’s attitudes toward domestic, family and intimate partner violence.

More than 30 percent of young men surveyed in 1999 believed that most physical violence occurred in a dating relationship because a partner provoked it.

Has anything changed in the last fifteen years? White Ribbon is once again inviting young people aged 16 to 25 to have their say on Domestic and Family Violence and Intimate Partner Violence.

This anonymous survey takes only 10 minutes – share it widely to help stop violence against women.

White Ribbon is the world's largest male-led movement to end men's violence against women.

Go to #YouthAttitudes now to take the survey.

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