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National LGBT Survey

05/10/2017

The Government Equalities Office and Department for Education have launched a survey to understand the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) people living in the UK.

This survey asks about:
•your experiences of accessing and using public services in the UK
•any experiences of discrimination you may have faced throughout your life

You will be asked about your experiences at work, in education, in healthcare, and about your personal safety. They want to collect as much information as possible, but you don’t have to answer every question if you don’t want to.

The survey is anonymous: no one will be able to tell who you are at any point.

After the survey closes, the results will be analysed and used them to inform plans to improve LGBT equality. The findings will be published on the Gov.uk website

If you are affected by any of the issues mentioned in this survey, and want further support, they have published information about places you can get help and support from.

For more information and to take part click here

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