The second wave of a survey from the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) for LGBTI and non-binary and gender nonconforming people has launched.
It is open to anybody over the age of 15 who considered themselves LGBTI. Anyone who lives in the EU, Serbia or North Macedonia is invited to take part.
The survey seeks to compile data on the experiences of the European LGBTI community with respect to discrimination, to support equal treatment legislation and policy making.
A spokesperson for the organization said: ‘Your participation in the survey is very important. Your answers will be processed in an anonymous way ensuring that it will not be possible for anyone to identify your answers when the results are presented.’
The FRA helps to ensure that fundamental rights of people living in the EU are protected. It does this by collecting evidence about the situation of fundamental rights across the European Union and providing advice, based on evidence, about how to improve the situation.
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