Period Poverty Survey
This survey is being ran as part of the Scottish Government funded 'Period Poverty Project', data gathered for this survey will be used as part of a report regarding the experience of Stirling University students with period poverty as well as how Stirling Students Union should move forward with their free period products scheme.

We are offering the chance for you to be entered into a raffle (if you choose) and win a £30 voucher for Blackwells or Waterstones!

This survey will be ran alongside a trial of Period Products from Grace and Green, and the report will compile evidence from both the survey and a trial in its' final form. The Union will treat your information in accordance with its privacy policy available at
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Have you ever been concerned with whether or not you could afford period products?
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If comfortable, could you discuss this experience? How did this impact your work, mental and physical wellbeing and general life quality? If you answered no, please move on to the next question.
Have you used the free period products provided by the Student Union? Either through accessing them on campus or through ordering them online?
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What products have you used provided by the Union? If you have never accessed these products, please move on to the next question.
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From the products you used, did you find they were high quality?
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On which platforms have you seen posts related to the Union’s free period poverty scheme?
Is there anything or any particular products you feel the Union could benefit from including in their scheme?
To what extent do you feel the union’s free period product scheme helps to tackle period poverty in the Stirling student community?
What do you think should be the key focus for the union’s free period products scheme moving forward?
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Have you ever used environmentally friendly or sustainable period products?
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Would you be interested in using/ trying reuseable pads or period pants?
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Do you know what your period products are made of? If yes, please elaborate.
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