Cornell International Survey on Street Harassment

Hollaback! and Cornell University began a large-scale research survey on street harassment in 2014. The research was released in two parts: Part I reviewed data from the United States and Part II of the survey, a cross-cultural analysis of street harassment from 42 cities around the globe, was released in May 2015. There were over 16,600 respondents overall, making this survey the largest analysis of street harassment to date.

The study includes age at first experience of harassment, type of harassment experienced, behavioral changes as a result of harassment, and emotional effects of harassment.

Infographic (Cornell) Version 2

Data was collected and analyzed by Dr. Beth Livingston, Cornell University ILR School and graduate assistants Maria Grillo and Rebecca Paluch, Cornell University ILR School in partnership with Hollaback!

Results follow below in alphabetical order.

Table of Contents:

Argentina

Australia

Bahamas

Belgium

Bosnia-Herzegovina

Canada

Columbia

Croatia

France

Czech Republic

Germany

India

Ireland

Italy

Korea (South)

Mexico

Nepal

New Zealand

Poland

South Africa

United Kingdom

United States

Mental Wellness Infographic

 

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Emotions and SH Infograph