Information about the survey
The online survey is addressed to trade unions and employers who are either jointly or individually involved in preventing gender-based violence and harassment, domestic violence impacting the workplace and third-party violence as part of broader health and safety measures.
The survey is being carried out across the UNI Europa sectors, focusing on:
- Graphic and design
The survey will take about 20 minutes to answer.
The survey is being carried out by the project’s external consultants Pascale Charhon and Valentina Andrasek, independent contractors with the support of the UNI Europa Equal Opportunities Director Amel Selma Djemail.
All information provided will be confidential and no information will be shared with project partners or other external agencies.
It is essential that you first give your consent in the question below to complete the survey.
Many thanks for your participation.
|*ILO Convention No. 190 adopted in 2019 has provided the first international definition of violence and harassment in the world of work (Art. 1(1)(a)), which refers to a: "range of unacceptable behaviors and practices, or threats thereof, whether a single occurrence or repeated, that aim at, result in or are likely to result in physical, psychological, sexual or economic harm and includes gender-based violence and harassment." Gender based violence at work is also defined as: "violence and harassment directed at persons because of their sex or gender or affecting persons of a particular sex of gender disproportionately and includes sexual harassment."