National Faith & Sexuality Survey

National Faith & Sexuality Survey

The Ozanne Foundation invite you to participate in the National Faith & Sexuality Survey.

It is being overseen by a Multifaith Advisory Group, which includes the Bishop of Manchester (as lead bishop on Statistics) and Jamie Harrison (Chair of the House of Laity) along with Prof Sir Bernard Silverman, former President of the Statistical Society.  The results will be presented at a Fringe meeting of Synod on February 21st 2019

The survey has been designed to explore the impact of religious belief on people’s understanding and development of their sexual orientation and identity, and as such is not designed to understand in any depth gender identity matters.  It is open to all individuals living in the UK who are over 16 and should take about 10-15 minutes to complete.  All responses will be treated in the strictest of confidence.

They are particularly keen to hear from people who have undergone attempts to change their sexual orientation – whether that be through prayer and deliverance through to healthcare interventions.  The results will be used to help the government to think through how best to enact their promise to ban conversion therapy.

Any help you could give would be very welcome.