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Research
With over 16 years collecting stories and being on the frontlines of challenging public space harassment, we at Right To Be (formerly Hollback!) have opportunities to not only organize, but also analyze. Below is a selection of research by and about our work.

Research by Right To Be

Independently and in collaboration with academic and services organizations, we have gained new insight into harassment in public spaces.

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When Street Harassment Comes Indoors: A Sample of New York City Service Agency and Union Responses to Street Harassment

WHEN STREET HARASSMENT COMES INDOORS: A SAMPLE OF NEW YORK CITY SERVICE AGENCY AND UNION RESPONSES T...
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THE EXPERIENCE OF BEING TARGETS OF STREET HARASSMENT IN NYC

The Experience of Being Targets of Street Harassment in NYC: Preliminary Findings from a Qualitative...
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PUBLIC HARASSMENT IN EDINBURGH – 2017 SURVEY REPORT

Right To Be (formerly Hollaback!) international leaders in the movement against harassment led multi...
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When Street Harassment Comes Indoors: A Sample of New York City Service Agency and Union Responses to Street Harassment

WHEN STREET HARASSMENT COMES INDOORS: A SAMPLE OF NEW YORK CITY SERVICE AGENCY AND UNION RESPONSES T...
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THE EXPERIENCE OF BEING TARGETS OF STREET HARASSMENT IN NYC

The Experience of Being Targets of Street Harassment in NYC: Preliminary Findings from a Qualitative...
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PUBLIC HARASSMENT IN EDINBURGH – 2017 SURVEY REPORT

Right To Be (formerly Hollaback!) international leaders in the movement against harassment led multi...
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HARASSMENT ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES

A student and faculty based survey conducted in the U.S. pinpointing how harassment exists in spaces...
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CORNELL INTERNATIONAL SURVEY ON STREET HARASSMENT

Right To Be (formerly Hollaback!) and Cornell University began a large-scale research survey on stre...

Research about Right To Be

Using the data collected on our site, we’ve worked with research teams from across the world to better understand harassmentin public spaces, and our movement’s impact.

  • Analyzing Sentiments From Street Harassment Stories

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  • Justice 2.0: Street Harassment Victims’ Use of Social Media and Online Activism as Sites of Informal Justice

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  • The Global Anti-Street Harassment Movement: Digitally-Enabled Feminist Activism

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  • The Urban Characteristics of Street Harassment: A First Look

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  • Summary Report on Hollaback! Street Harassment Data

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  • The Harasser’s Toolbox: Investigating the Role of Mobility in Street Harassment

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