What is Voces-19?
VoCes-19 seeks shine a light on the concerns and problems faced by adolescents and young adults as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are interested in knowing how you have experienced the health emergency and the impact it has had on your life. Focused on how you have faced these changes in relation to situations of violence. We aim to visibilize this phenomenon to the general population and institutions that can do something about it.
Why is VoCes-19 an opportunity? By joining this study, you will be part of a unique group in its kind that will make a difference in Mexico. For the first time adolescents and young people, by providing information on how they experienced the conditions of the pandemic in their lives, can help prevent expressions of interpersonal and domestic violence.
We will be able to know, for example, what strategies are being more effective to reduce the risk of violence and how to enhance the well-being and mental health of youth in Mexico.
Are you interested in being part of VoCes-19?
How to join VoCes-19?
Being Mexican, living in Mexico, between 15 and 24 years old, wanting to make a difference.
Complete a 30 mimute survey, and share contact information
Participate in follow-up rounds in 2021
Upon completing the survey and sharing your contact information,
you will be ellegible for a raffle of a tablet and acces to an online arts and performance class.
Información importante sobre la encuesta
- Each survey lasts approximately 30 minutes
Your data is confidential, only the Population Council research team will have access to it to be able to contact you again in future rounds (see Privacy Notice).
- If you decide to participate in the following rounds of the study, we will ask you to share an email and / or a cell phone number so that we can send you the links to the following surveys.
- If you do not want to participate in the following rounds, it is not mandatory and you do not need to send your contact information. However, remember that more VoCes-19 means more presence of young people in decisions and public life in Mexico. Speak out!