The voices of men and boys

We can't end domestic abuse without listening to the voices of men and boys. 

Men and boys are more likely to harm themselves and others, and less likely to talk about it. We want to end domestic abuse for everyone, for good. In order for us to get there, we need to open up the conversation about abuse and relationships to include men and boys.

We want to gather the voices and experiences of men and boys from all backgrounds and all parts of the UK. The survey should take around ten minutes to complete and all responses are anonymous. The results will help to inform our work, and allow us to amplify the voices of men and boys on these complex issues. 

The survey has now closed - check this page for updates on the results in the coming months

Blog: SafeLives Research Analyst Josh explains why this project is so vital

Blog: Frank Mullane, CEO of Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse, on what it's like to be a man who has lost a loved one to domestic abuse



Ruth speaks to Justin Hancock about his experiences delivering relationships and sex education to young men and boys

Susie speaks to 11 year old Cole about what it's like to be a boy growing up today, and what sort of man he'd like to be