Help us see how the digital divide affects LGBTI communities
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Help us see how the digital divide affects LGBTI communities!

The internet has provided LGBTI communities with new tools to create community, educate each other and advocate our rights. Still, as in many other aspects within our societies, access to it is far from equally distributed: as of November 2019, an estimated 3.6 billion people around the world remain offline, according to the International Telecommunication Union. Many who could use the Internet to find information about how to best protect their human rights are met with significant barriers to accessing it.

This completely anonymous survey aims to start assessing how deeply the digital divide affects the LGBTI community. We want to hear from you: how do you access the internet? How easy is it for you to go online and find community? What are your main concerns in accessing the internet?

Take the survey

The survey takes up to 6 minutes:
please complete it by Monday 20 July 2020, 1 PM CEST

Are you from an ILGA World member organisation?
Please check your inbox: you'll find a survey tailored just for you!

 

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