Women for Election would love to hear from you!
Women for Election is carrying out an online survey to gather information from women in Ireland about their attitudes towards running for political office. Women from all backgrounds are invited to take part in the study by completing a short online questionnaire which asks questions about the participant’s background, engagement with politics and campaigning, as well as attitudes towards running for office. You do not have to be involved in politics to take part in this study.
The success of the project depends on receiving as many replies as possible. We know that there are many demands on your time, but your response would make a valuable contribution to Women for Election’s work to help understand ways to get greater participation of women in Irish politics.
Participation is voluntary and the survey will take about 10 minutes to complete. If you have not had the opportunity to respond yet, we would appreciate you taking the time to share your views. All responses to the survey are anonymous. This means that no individual who responds to this survey can be identified as a result of their participation. All data will be treated and stored in compliance with the Data Protection Act 2018.
If you would like to take part in the survey, please email firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com let us know that you would like to take part in the research. We will then forward you a link to the survey.
This study is being carried out for Women for Election by Dr Lisa Keenan of Trinity College Dublin and Dr Fiona Buckley of University College Cork. Responses will be published in a research report about the factors that enable and prevent women from running for office in Ireland. This report will be available online via the Women for Election website.
For any further queries please do not hesitate to contact Caitríona Gleeson CEO at Women for Election, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning (01) 672 8050 or, alternatively, you can contact another member of the research team directly by emailing Dr Lisa Keenan – email@example.com