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Survey on experiences of rainbow young people and young adults

Wednesday, April 14, 2021   Posted in: Signatory Notice Board By: Administrator With tags: survey, diversity, Rainbow, young people, youth, research

Kia ora, mālō e lelei, talofa lava, namaste, kia orana, nisa bula vinaka, nĭ hăo, welcome! A team of NZ researchers working with and for the rainbow community want to understand rainbow young people and younger adults’ experiences of education, employment, and community so they can make Aotearoa a better place for them.

The experiences of Rainbow young people aged between 14 and 26 inclusive in Aotearoa New Zealand are diverse and important.

Young rainbow people’s experiences differ in some important ways from other straight and cisgender young people, and they also differ from Rainbow adults (those aged 27 years and over).

The Identity Research Team have prepared a 30 to 40-minute online survey for rainbow young people aged 14 to 26 years in Aotearoa NZ. This survey has been created with the help of rainbow young people and a range of youth workers, educators, community workers, union representatives, health professionals, and others involved in supporting the wellbeing of young people in their communities. 

Take part in the Identity Research Survey, or find out more information.

This survey is an opportunity to identify what it is like to be young and rainbow. This means the survey has a lot of questions about what sort of environments help young rainbow people to be well and thrive, and what things make life difficult and challenging.