Help us support your communications work: take this survey
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Dear member organisations,

We all know how powerful it is to tell our stories. Communications have the power to counter hateful narratives, change hearts and minds, provide the groundwork for social and political advances. 

As your federation we would like to hear from you as we develop our communications.

We at ILGA World invite you to take this survey and provide us with vital information to guide our work. We want to understand how to make our communications more effective for you, our member organisations.

We also ask for your help to better assess how LGBTI organisations around the world use communications, and what platforms and resources they can count on. We want to meet you where you are, and learn more about your needs.

We will use this information to adapt our communications to your needs, and to identify topics on which we can improve our capacity building for you.

by Sunday 21 March, 23:59 CET! 

Your input is fundamental! As a small “thank you” for it, we will invite 10 organisations among those who will complete the survey to take over the ILGA World Instagram account for a day. This will be a great chance to present your work to a global audience, and talk about the most pressing issues affecting your communities on the ground! 

The survey should take about 20 minutes to complete, and you have the option to pause and finish later. Your responses will remain confidential, and they will be anonymised in case they will be used on any ILGA World publication. Please see our privacy policy for more information on how your data will be treated.

The survey is by no means intended as a judgement of your work: there are no “wrong” answers! Rather, you will help us put the ILGA World strategic plan into action, use our communications network to support advocacy efforts, inform ILGA members, and work to support the visibility, contributions, and empowerment of people of diverse and marginalised SOGIESC.


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