SAFE-SORRY’s partner countries, which include countries representing the four corners of the European Union and beyond, have begun preparations to launch the study in their local regions. In each country, the project team (a local project supervisor and a project assistant) will aim to recruit 400 parents of adolescents. Parents will be invited to complete a series of questionnaires spanning topics such as their views on parenting to their perceptions of the world today. The ambitious design and scale of the project will enable us to better understand how the broader context—culture, economics, and society—may shape modern parenting behaviors.

To know more about the countries and collaborators involved in the SAFE-SORRY project, read about them here.