Thursday, 17 May 2012

LGBT Survey: The European LGBT Survey has over 23 thousand LGBT respondents already, but only 189 from Malta – let us make our experience count!


THE MORE THE MERRIER:

The European LGBT Survey has over 23 thousand LGBT respondents already, but only 189 from Malta – 

let us make our experience count!

The European LGBT Survey (http://lgbtsurvey.eu) is still open to all lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people over the age of 18 in the European Union and Croatia. 

Since its launch last month, the survey has reached close to 45,000 respondents, making it the largest European survey on the situation of LGBT people to date! Now, to gain an even better representation of the millions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people living in the EU, we are looking for even more people to take part in the European LGBT Survey. We are calling on all LGBT people across the EU and Croatia to participate and spread the word - make all experiences count!

To all of you who have taken the survey and already made your experience count, the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) wishes to extend their gratitude. You have made this outstanding achievement possible.

SPREAD THE WORD:

Aside from making your own experience count, you can make a difference by promoting the survey yourself.  You can help the European LGBT Survey reach friends who are less involved in the online community and therefore have a lower chance of coming across the survey announcement on the internet. The European LGBT Survey Team calls on you to personally invite at least 5 LGBT friends to participate and share – let them know, so they can make their experience count too - send them an email, share the survey link (http://lgbtsurvey.eu) on Facebook or Twitter or on your own blog or website.

WHAT IS THE EUROPEAN LGBT SURVEY?:

The first survey of its kind, the European LGBT Survey collects the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans (LGBT) people over the age of 18 living in the European Union or Croatia. The survey wants to know about everyday experiences of LGBT people and any discriminatory treatment to which LGBT people may have been exposed. The goal of the survey is to inform policies that combat discrimination against LGBT people in the European Union. The survey is completely anonymous and the questionnaire does not register any information about the respondents' real or online identities. The European LGBT Survey will be available online until the end of June 2012, in all the languages of the EU countries, as well as in Croatian, Russian and Turkish.

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The European LGBT Survey has over 23 thousand LGBT respondents already, but only 189 from Malta – 

let us make our experience count! Go to http://lgbtsurvey.eu


Aside from making your own experience count, you can make a difference by promoting the survey to friends who are less involved in the online LGBT community and therefore have a lower chance of coming across the survey. You can help by personally inviting at least 5 LGBT friends or acquaintances to participate – let them know, so they can make their experience count too - send them an email, share the survey link (http://lgbtsurvey.eu) on Facebook or Twitter or on your own blog or website. STRONGER TOGETHER – MAKE ALL EXPERIENCES COUNT!

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