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Dignity at Work Survey 2023: One week left to respond
12 Sep 2023 : News Desk
WFT Ireland
Women in Film and Television Ireland (WFT) and Screen Ireland have launched a survey exploring harmful behaviours in the screen industries with the aim of improving workplace culture. Respondents of all genders and across all fields are invited to contribute to this survey aimed at gaining insights into the prevalence of harmful practices in the Irish screen industries.

There is one week left to respond to the Dignity at Work Survey. The purpose of this confidential research is to shed light on issues such as bullying, harassment, sexual harassment, humiliation, predatory behaviours, victimization, assault, and sexual assault within the industry.

The qualitative and quantitative industry report will be led by WFT Chair Dr. Susan Liddy. The researchers are Dr Susan Liddy and Dr Fergal Rhatigan. The researchers acknowledge the support of Olwen Dawe and Dr Ciara Murphy. The research aims to uncover the extent and frequency of harmful behaviours, as well as workers’ experiences in the screen industries. The investigation is driven by the urgent need to address concerns highlighted by the Speak Up: a call for change report, which underscored the prevalence of such behaviours within the wider Irish arts sector.

The research methodology will include surveys and data analysis. The survey will be open to all professionals working in the Irish screen industries, including freelancers, creatives, crew members, and other industry stakeholders. The insights gained from this research will provide a foundation for the development of targeted actions to address and mitigate harmful behaviours.

To ensure the research’s success, Women in Film and Television Ireland encourages all professionals within the Irish screen industries to actively participate in the survey which can be completed in just 15 minutes. The survey will provide valuable data for driving positive change and improving the overall workplace culture.

“By sharing your experiences, insights, and concerns, you are contributing to a brighter and safer future for everyone working in the screen industry,” said WFT Chair Dr. Susan Liddy. “Your voice really does matter, and we encourage all screen workers to participate in this important survey.”

The survey is open until 20th September 2023.

For more information, or to respond to the survey click here.
 





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