SiSi: Survey - Evidence Based Way to have Women's Voices Heard
SiSi www.sisi.ie, in conjunction with Trinity Research have launched a survey - "Silence in the courtroom, silence in the street? An exploratory study of women's experiences of the Irish Family Law System in parental separation and divorce."
This research is the first of its kind in Ireland and is an evidence based way to have women's voices heard anonymously.
This study seeks to capture the unique perspectives of mothers who have experience of the Irish family law process in parental separation and divorce. It aims to explore mothers' experiences before, during, and after the formal family law proceedings.
This study is a collaboration between researchers from the School of Social Work and Social Policy, Trinity College Dublin and the School of Law, University College Cork. The study is kindly funded by the Dean of Research, Trinity College Dublin.
We are currently inviting people to take part this survey: https://tcdecon.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_e9Bm7WXZzFGWOCq
Thank you for considering participating in this project.