Counting Ourselves

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2018 survey findings

Counting Ourselves is the first comprehensive national research about the health and wellbeing of trans and non-binary people in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Our first survey took place between 21 June and 30 September 2018. It was completed by 1,178 trans and non-binary people aged between 14-83 from all regions in the country.

This is the community report from the 2018 Counting Ourselves survey, published in September 2019. The report belongs to us all now — as a resource to bring about long overdue change. Download a PDF of the report by clicking here or on the image below.

Related documents

These shorter documents are available as PDF excerpts from the report and also in accessible Word versions.

The first Counting Ourselves survey was very lucky to have support from a wonderful group of 10 people who volunteered to be on our Community Advisory Group.

They provided advice on ways to make sure the survey was relevant and reached a diverse range of people within our trans and non-binary communities.

The Community Advisory Group members were: Bea Alcorn, Nathan Bramwell, Phylesha Brown-Acton, Tai Hartley-Parsons, Roxanne Peoples-Henare, Laurel McLachlan, Soul Mehlhopt, Scout Barbour-Evans, Ahi Wi-Hongi, and Jevon Wright.