In recent months, thousands of anonymous accounts of sexual harassment, abuse and assault in UK schools have emerged due to the campaign Everyone’s Invited, set up in June.
There have been an influx of testimonies since the death of Sarah Everard earlier this month sparked a national conversation about women’s safety.
We would like to hear from young people, parents and teachers about how you think the culture around misogyny, sexual harassment and abuse in schools can be changed? What could make a difference?
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