Our collaborative research project with Chayn and SafeLives, commissioned by Comic Relief, is well underway! Do you have few minutes to participate in an online survey?


Share your thoughts as a practitioner working with and supporting victims and survivors of domestic abuse and their families. We’re exploring your views on the role of technology and any potential problems with it being used increasingly in the sector.

Click on the image or click here to fill in the survey. It takes no longer than 10mins.


As technology becomes a bigger part of our lives, it’s ever important to see how victims and survivors of domestic abuse are using it. Share your thoughts on how technology is currently used, and could be developed to support victims and survivors of domestic abuse, as well as those who support them. We’re exploring views on what you feel would be useful and what you would be concerned about. This survey should between 15-30mins to complete and is open to anyone who identifies as a woman and is over 18 years old. It’s all anonymous and all questions are optional.

Click on the image or click here to start.


We’re exploring how organisations delivering support to women and girls experiencing domestic violence and abuse see the challenges and potential to use technology to enhance their service. Snook researchers will be spending few hours with staff members in shadowing sessions.

If you’d like to take part or are interested in knowing more, get in touch with me via email eve@wearesnook.com or phone our Glasgow HQ at 0141 258 7644 to chat more.

The intent behind this research is to inform the best use of digital technology to create social change, with people affected by the issue at the heart of the solutions created.  If you have any questions or would like to know more, email the team: techvsabuse@gmail.com