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平等機會婦女聯席進行香港婦女遭受暴力經驗調查 2013 問卷調查(第二階段)

平等機會婦女聯席正就「香港婦女遭受暴力經驗調查2013」進行問卷調查,首階段調查結果已於1月21日發佈,1月22日見報。聯席會繼續調查,希望收到更多的問題。第二階段的調查除了增加問卷的數目外,更會就數據作深入的相互關係分析;另外亦會開始質性調查,讓調查報告更完整及全面。第二階段調查結果會於3月下旬公佈。
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平等機會婦女聯席進行香港婦女遭受暴力經驗調查2013問卷調查(第二階段)

最近印度發生的少女被姦殺事件令人激憤,引起全球關注,婦進及平等機會婦女聯席等不同的婦女團體到亦於1月初到印度駐港領事館抗議,要求當地政府採取有效措施,終止對女性進行暴力行為。

性侵犯事件並非單單於印度發生,以香港為例,每日有最少8宗性暴力事件發生,而大部份女性於事後都沒有求助,社會對性暴力的偏見及法律制度的不完善都是令受害人無法求助的原因。法改會最近就「強姦及其他未經同意下進行的性罪行」發表諮詢文件,建議修訂多項沿用近半個世紀的性罪行定義。由於事次修訂影響深遠,婦進及聯席團體亦非常關注。

「平等機會婦女聯席」現正進行一項有關香港婦女遭遇暴力的經驗調查,希望透過香港婦女遭受暴力經驗調查2013了解香港婦女面對性騷擾、性侵犯及家庭暴力事件的現況,更推動政策改變,保障香港婦女權益。經驗調查計劃分兩階段發布,首階段結果已於1月下旬發布,次階段結果會於3月發布,屆時會於這量性研究外再加入質性研究,希望引起公眾關注婦女遭受性暴力的現況。希望各位填寫文件及將問卷調查廣傳,謝謝。

網上填寫問卷:
http://my3q.com/survey/459/wcoeo/31343.phtml (中文版)

http://www.my3q.com/go.php?url=wcoeo/87821 (英文版)

平等機會婦女聯席簡介:

為了改善香港婦女的處境,婦女團體在80年代已經就著不同的婦女議題而組合連線,引起社會對婦女及性別議題的關注,推動政策倡議和公眾教育的工作。具體包括爭取修訂「新界土地(豁免)條例草案」(1992-93),爭取「全民退休保障」(1993-94)、關注婦女就業權利(1994-95)、女選民培育(1995, 2012)、參與世界婦女大會(1995)、爭取成立婦女事務委員會(1995-96)、制定《婦女政綱》(2012)等。

至今聯結十多個婦女團體,倡議改善婦女地位、實踐性別公義。

平等機會婦女聯席成員團體︰

F-UNION、青鳥、香港女障協進會、香港婦女中心協會、香港婦女基督徒協會、新婦女協進會、香港婦女勞工協會、香港職工會聯盟婦女事務委員會、群福婦女權益會、關注婦女性暴力協會、同根社

A questionnaire survey on Hong Kong women’s experience of sexual violence 2013 (Phase 2)
Hong Kong Women’s Coalition on Equal Opportunities

The recent gang rape and murder in India has sent shockwave throughout the world and fierce debate has been provoked concerning the issue of sexual violence. Women’s bodies in Hong Kong including the Association for the Advancement of Feminism and the Hong Kong Women’s Coalition on Equal Opportunities have joined the international movement by protesting at the Consulate General of India in early January. The protest urged for adequate and effective government measures to end sexual violence to women.

Victims of sexual violence are not only found in India but throughout the world. In Hong Kong, at least 8 such cases are identified every day. Due to social prejudice against sexual violence and inadequate legal protection, most victims find it difficult to gain access to assistance. The Law Reform Commission of Hong Kong have recently presented a consultation paper on ‘Rape and Other Non-consensual Sexual Offences’. The paper proposed a newly-defined offence of rape which has been followed for over half a century. The proposal has a far-reaching impact on victims of sexual violence and has brought Hong Kong women’s bodies to concern.

The Hong Kong Women’s Coalition on Equal Opportunities is carrying out a questionnaire survey on female victims of sexual violence. The survey aims at collecting useful data on women who are victims of sexual harassment, offence and domestic violence. The data can support future policy planning concerning women’s rights protection in Hong Kong. It can also help raising public awareness on sexual violence on women. Finding dissemination will be divided into two phases, the first phase research is released on 21 January and the second scheduled to be held in March.(Both quantitative and qualitative research) Please kindly fill out the questionnaire and invite as many to do so as possible.

Please click the following link to fill out the questionnaire:

http://www.my3q.com/go.php?url=wcoeo/87821 (English version)
http://my3q.com/survey/459/wcoeo/31343.phtml (Chinese version)

Deadline: 31 Jan 2013

Hong Kong Women’s Coalition on Equal Opportunities:
Since the 1980s, women bodies in Hong Kong have been joining hands in raising public concern on women and gender issues, advocating policy change and education, with the ultimate aim of improving the lives of women in Hong Kong. Important milestones include “New Territories Land (Exemption) Ordinance”(1992-93), Universal retirement protection (1993-94)、Women’s rights to work / Rights for working women (1994-95)、Nurturing women voters(1995, 2012), participating World Conference on Women (1995), establishment of Women’s Commission(1995-96), Women platform(2012). The coalition has currently over 10 members and will continue working tirelessly to improve the social status of women and realize gender justice in Hong Kong.

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