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Research Project: Intimate Partner Violence and COVID-19 in India

Researchers from O.P. Jindal Global University and University of Baltimore are undertaking a nationwide study aimed at understanding the prevalence and incidence of Intimate Partner Violence among Indian women across all backgrounds.

This study is a large-scale exploratory survey that aims to understand the prevalence and incidence of intimate partner violence among urban and rural women in India across different relationship statuses (whether married or unmarried, dating or cohabiting), and among women across educational, economic, caste, religious, and regional backgrounds. This study will also help expand the limited literature on women’s IPV experiences across India as it includes new aspects such as cyber victimization and IPV during the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you identify as a woman, we kindly request you to fill in the following survey. Your response will help us create a comprehensive database and contribute to the existing literature on IPV.

To know more about this project, visit and follow us @ipv_COVID19 on Instagram.
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