This survey is being conducted by a research team led by  Dr Susan Liddy MIC, University of Limerick on behalf of Women in Film & Television Ireland (WFT).
This research is being funded by Screen Ireland, Screen Stakeholders Funding Scheme. The objective of the survey is to ascertain the level and frequency of harmful behaviours including bullying, harassment, sexual harassment, humiliation, victimisation, assault and sexual assault in the Irish screen industries from 2021-2023. We greatly appreciate your responses but ask that you do not provide names or information that could identify alleged perpetrators.
We wish to assure you that the information you provide is strictly anonymous and confidential. You will not be identifiable in any published result. We will use your responses solely for research purposes and to produce anonymous, statistical data that will help us to understand the ways in which dignity at work issues are expressed in the Irish screen industries. Women in Film & Television Ireland (WFT) is committed to protecting your personal information and is legally obliged to use your information in line with all laws concerning the protection of personal information, including the Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Your feedback is vital and we appreciate you spending the time to share your experiences and opinions. This survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

Researchers Dr Susan Liddy (WFT Ireland) and Dr Fergal Rhatigan thank you for your assistance with this project.
WIFT and the researchers acknowledge the input of Olwen Dawe and Dr Ciara Murphy.