LGBTI Caucus of the Refugee Congress
The LGBTI Caucus of the Refugee Congress is group of gay and lesbian refugees who have been resettled to the United States from countries around the world who now work together to improve the situation of other LGBTI refugees.
LGBTI Refugee Survey
The Refugee Congress LGBTI Caucus seeks to learn more about the resettlement experience of LGBTI refugees, both overseas and upon arrival to the United States. The members of the Caucus have put together a survey that will be used to help refugee resettlement partners and agencies identify gaps in services and create more welcoming environments with greater protections for LGBTI refugees during the resettlement process. Results from this survey will be shared with resettlement partners and organizations that work with LGBTI refugees around the world.
The survey can be taken online or printed out and sent in by mail. The survey is available in English, Arabic, French, Russian, and Nepali. Participation is voluntary. All of the information you provide is completely confidential. The survey will take about 15 minutes to complete. We use the term “LGBTI” throughout the survey, which includes lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and any other gender nonconforming people. You can choose to skip a question or not answer a question if you wish.
Thank you for taking the time to take this survey. If you have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you chose to download and print the survey, please send by mail to:
c/o LGBTI Survey
1800 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Suite 500Washington, DC 20036