The Bisi Alimi Foundation has just launched its Survey on ‘The Impact of Homophobia’ earlier this morning. The organization hopes to reach over 500 – 1000 persons with the survey.
According to the organization, the survey will help provide a better understanding on the impact of discrimination based on a persons Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Nigeria. It will also help to provide data to the issue and drive a global advocacy for proactive action.
The survey is exclusively for LGBT Nigerians only, and participation is open to LGBT Nigerians living both in and outside Nigeria. However, there is a condition which states that LGBT Nigerians who have left the country for more than 10 years is not allowed to participate.
The organization promises that the survey is extremely confidential. Meaning that whatever information supplied by individuals who take the survey, will be kept private and will not be shared or traced to them.
The survey has been estimated to take about 10 – 20mins to complete, and individuals are also encouraged to share by using the hashtag “#NigeriaLGBTSurvey“ on twitter.
Individuals with questions and inquiries are advised to send an email using: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To start the survey, click HERE.
The Bisi Alimi Foundation hopes to improve the lives of sexual and gender minorities in Nigeria by addressing public opinion and improving government policy and action while alleviating poverty caused by Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.
Visit the official website HERE for more information.