Your experience counts! - online survey about your experiences with the police and judiciary

Have you been in contact with the police after a racist, anti-Semitic, or sexist attack?
 
Then please take part in our online survey! In our scientific study, we are investigating the experiences of people who had contact with the police and justice system after being a victim of prejudice-motivated violence.

The aim of this study is to learn from your experiences. By taking part in the survey, you would help to improve the situation of people who have faced prejudice-motivated violence and been in contact with the police and judiciary.

To the online questionnaire

The survey is available in English, Arabic, Kurdish, Vietnamese, Serbian, Turkish, Persian, Tigrinya, French and German.

Participation is open to people aged 18 and over who have experienced prejudice-motivated violence and have subsequently been in contact with the police and/or the judiciary. By prejudice-motivated violence, we understand both physical as well as verbal attacks which are based on inhumane ideologies such as racism, anti-Semitism, sexism, or prejudice against minorities.

The nationwide study will take part in very close cooperation with the Association of Counseling Centers for Victims of Right-wing, Racist and Antisemitic Violence in Germany, Mobile consultation for victims of right-wing, racist and anti-Semitic violence in Thuringia as well as the scientific institute for democracy and civil society.

You would like to contact us? Feel free to send us an email at: Studie(at)idz-jena.de.