Headline findings from our transgender online survey
The first survey was launched in April 2011 and received 1,275 responses. Key findings inlucded: health was identified by respondents as…
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The first survey was launched in April 2011 and received 1,275 responses. Key findings inlucded:
- health was identified by respondents as being the top area of concern for the transgender community, with nearly half of respondents (49%) selecting this as their priority
- employment was identified as being the second top area of concern for the transgender community, with around a third (31%) of respondents selecting it as their priority
- this was followed by education, safety and support, access to services and then public and political participation
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Date: Wed Dec 07 13:46:27 GMT 2011