Do you identify as Trans, Non-Binary or Genderqueer? If so, we'd like you to complete our short survey.
Brighton & Hove City Council is proud of all our diverse communities. As a city, we have a considerable number of Trans & Non-Binary people living here. We hope that this is because our city is welcoming to everyone regardless of who they are, where they are from and how they may define their sexes or express their genders.
The Brighton & Hove Community Safety Partnership continually seeks to reduce barriers that our diverse communities may experience in getting help when it is needed. We recognise that sometimes things can go wrong and we want to know more about this.
This survey has been created by Brighton & Hove City Council's Partnership Community Safety Team in partnership with MindOUT (Brighton & Hove's LGBTQ mental health project) as part of our contribution to Trans Pride 2017 and the University of Brighton's Annual Trans & Non-Binary Conference 2017.