The world's biggest ever lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) study has been launched to highlight the true scale of workplace discrimination and reveal if diversity and inclusion programmes are working.
Community Values 2010 will investigate views on other forms of workplace discrimination such as racial harassment as well as homophobia.
The Community Values 2010 research study is thought to be the largest and most comprehensive global LGBT research study of its kind, offering unprecedented insight into the lives of LGBT people from all walks of life across six continents.
This ground-breaking project is being conducted by the specialist gay marketing consultancy Out Now and is currently live in 23 countries and 10 languages, covering more than 1.3 billion of the world’s population. More than 25,000 respondents have already taken part.
The findings will be revealed in January 2011.