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Queering Social Survey Research – Mind the Data Gap: LGBTIQ+ Inclusion in Social Surveys and the Impact on Policy

Virtual (Zoom)

The Gauteng City-Region Observatory (GCRO), in collaboration with the Centre for Sexualities, AIDS, and Gender (CSA&G) and Social Impact Insights Africa (SIIA) is launching a four-part online seminar series, running biweekly from 6 October to 17 November 2022, to establish the importance of nuancing the measurement of sex, gender and/or sexuality in social survey research […]

Queering Social Survey Research – Capturing the Complexities of the Entire Population: LGBTIQ+ Specificities

Virtual (Zoom)

The Gauteng City-Region Observatory (GCRO), in collaboration with the Centre for Sexualities, AIDS, and Gender (CSA&G) and Social Impact Insights Africa (SIIA) is launching a four-part online seminar series, running biweekly from 6 October to 17 November 2022, to establish the importance of nuancing the measurement of sex, gender and/or sexuality in social survey research […]

Queering Social Survey Research – Collecting Social Data on Sex , Gender and Sexualities: Experiences in Field

Virtual (Zoom)

The Gauteng City-Region Observatory (GCRO), in collaboration with the Centre for Sexualities, AIDS, and Gender (CSA&G) and Social Impact Insights Africa (SIIA) is launching a four-part online seminar series, running biweekly from 6 October to 17 November 2022, to establish the importance of nuancing the measurement of sex, gender and/or sexuality in social survey research […]

Queering Social Survey Research – Research-Policy Interface: Production, Dissemination and Use of LGBTIQ+ Data

Virtual (Zoom)

The Gauteng City-Region Observatory (GCRO), in collaboration with the Centre for Sexualities, AIDS, and Gender (CSA&G) and Social Impact Insights Africa (SIIA) is launching a four-part online seminar series, running biweekly from 6 October to 17 November 2022, to establish the importance of nuancing the measurement of sex, gender and/or sexuality in social survey research […]