Kia ora, mālō e lelei, talofa lava, kia orana, faka alofa lahi atu, talofa ni, nisa bula vinaka, namaste, nĭ hăo
Welcome to the Aotearoa New Zealand Trans and Non-Binary Health Survey, Counting Ourselves.
Counting Ourselves is an anonymous community-led health survey for trans and non-binary people living in Aotearoa New Zealand. Our first survey was from 21 June until 30 September in 2018. The exciting news is that our second survey will be launched this year, in July 2022.
Our first community report was published in November 2019. Click on the cover image below to download a copy of the full report or smaller sections including the Executive summary, Conclusions and recommendations, media release or survey questions.
This report belongs to us all now – as a resource to bring about long overdue change.
If you want to know more about the survey, check out our FAQs.
‘Nāku te rourou, nāu te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi. Please share your insights, so we have the evidence to push for change’
Trans and non-binary people explain why it was important to them to answer this survey.
Please Contact Us if you are interested in using the Counting Ourselves results for research analysis, including Master’s and Ph.D. research, or if you have any questions about the survey.
Watch this NZ Sign Language video
about the survey by clicking the video below:
- New research shows link between conversion practices and negative mental health for trans and non-binary people
- Transgender people who experience discrimination and stigma are more likely to have poor mental health outcomes
- Historic step made towards counting all rainbow communities
- Groundbreaking report on trans and non-binary people’s health released
- Scholarships open for Trans Health Symposium