UNAIDS and the LGBT Foundation have launched an online survey to evaluate happiness, sex and quality of life for LGBTI people.
The survey, the first of its kind, is part of a campaign to gain more information and insight into the challenges faced by LGBTI people.
The data gathered will help to voice the concerns and advocate for improving the conditions and treatment of LGBTI people, including ensuring access to inclusive health and social services.
“We want progress in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) health and well-being,” said Sean Howell, Chief Executive Officer of the LGBT Foundation. “We want it now and this survey will help in this direction. It is a great initiative, where LGBTI people can confidentially speak up and build the knowledge to empower, raise public awareness and advocate, with an ultimate goal of eliminating stigma and discrimination against LGBTI people. It will be extremely helpful to the community.”
The survey is open for participation until 31 July 2019 and takes about 12 minutes to complete.
To participate in this groundbreaking survey, visit: https://www.research.net/r/LGBTHappinessResearch.
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