Hello all,

The preliminary report of the results of the 2015 Harassment survey is now
available on Commons, as linked from Meta.[1]  This is the first version of
our analysis of the results, and while it is nearly completed, it will be
amended and updated within a week as we finish developing it. The data set
is large, involving sixteen languages with several free text questions, and
it has also been linked from the Meta page.

This information is an important factor in gaining a better understanding
of both the forms harassment takes and the impact it has on the Wikimedia
projects.  We welcome your feedback and impressions on the Research talk
page on Meta.[2]

We want to thank the many Wikimedia volunteers, academics, and Wikimedia
Foundation staff who helped prepare and translate the survey, and who gave
feedback on the report.

Best regards,

Patrick, for the Support and Safety team[3]


[1] https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research:Harassment_survey_2015#Results

[2] https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research_talk:Harassment_survey_2015

[3] https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Support_and_Safety

-- 
Patrick Earley
Community Advocate
Wikimedia Foundation
pear...@wikimedia.org
(1) 415 975 1874
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