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Our 2022-2023 Community Survey Results and Findings.

Updated: Jan 23, 2023

Your feedback is vital to us, as it informs everything we do. We always want to ensure we are serving our communities in a way that is both authentic and impactful. Take a look at what we've learnt from our community survey this year!

Thank you to every single person who took part in our community survey. We're really excited for the year ahead and using this feedback to inform our work going forward. We plan to cover a broad range of topics throughout the year, with a particular focus on ensuring all corners of our global community feel heard and supported. With these insights, we hope to identify what we are already doing well, but also actively make continuous improvements in certain areas too.

*Our 2023 Community Action plan to be published in the coming weeks.*

2022/23 Survey Results:

Who did we survey? Number of respondents: 127. Identities: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Cisgender, Queer, Genderqueer, Non-Binary, Pansexual, Asexual, Fluid, Agender, Ally. Average Age: 39. Locations of respondents: England, Ireland, US, Canada, Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, Germany, Scotland, Netherlands, India, Denmark, Mexico, Kenya.
What are our community's biggest concerns going into 2023? Mental Health, Wellbeing and Resilience. Global Trans Rights. Access to Healthcare. Job Security, Finances and Cost of Living. Anti LGBTQ+ Political Agendas and Legislations. Physical Safety War and Migration Laws. Transphobia and Racism in the Community. Raising Children and LGBTQ+ Youth. Climate Change. Preventing Burnout and finding Work-Life Balance. Access to safe Community Spaces. Finding Love, Friendship and Joy. Growth and Healing.

"What concerns me the most going into 2023 is not having a legal identity as a non-binary person, and more broadly the impact on trans peoples' mental health due to daily attacks in media and government attempts to roll back LGBTQ+ rights."

96% of respondents felt we represented their voice and the diversity of intersecting identities across the queer spectrum.

"The sheer range of subjects and speakers demonstrates your understanding that we, as a queer community, are neither monolithic nor homogenous - we are beautifully varied."

What value do you currently get from We Create Space?   - Intersectional story-telling and hearing new perspectives - 70% - Community, networking and meeting new people - 60% - More awareness of global LGBTQ+ issues - 56% - Understanding myself better - 44% - Creativity and/or inspiration - 39% - Leadership development (of self, and others) - 39% - Finding purpose and a sense of direction - 37% - Mental health and Wellbeing support - 33% - Skills and resources for Activism & Allyship - 32% - Accessible tools for personal and professional growth - 28%

"I would love to feel part of the community through a digital platform, alongside initiatives to connect with people in real life."

94% felt safe or very safe attending our events.

"Always very accessible and welcoming."

97% would recommend us to a family member, friend or colleague.

"I am constantly advising colleagues to refer to your guides to expand their viewpoints and ensure everyone is always looking at everything we do through an intersectional lens."

93% agreed that we offered something that their workplace doesn't.

"WCS provides a diverse pool of talent and experience that just doesn't exist within my organisation. I feel confident that when I sign up to an event that there has been careful consideration to include a range of intersectional stories."

Question: What content, topics or events would you like to see more this year? Anything else you would recommend us to improve?  Answer: Even more intersectional stories and resources, In-person events, networking and social connection opportunities, UK events outside of London, Leadership Development, Resources and events exploring Trans Allyship, Casual meet-ups and fun-focused events, Resources and events supporting DEI advocates with creating change

"More in-person events and networking opportunities throughout the year."

Early stage corporate activism support and guidance, Non-native English speakers and Events in other languages, Trans Rights, Living Authentically, A community platform to connect people digitally, Global Perspectives and Events in other countries, Networking events by industry or sector, Education and Resources for intra-community Allyship, Wellbeing and Mental Health content, Content aimed at an older audience, Visibility of less-seen identities and hearing from less-prominent voices, Queer Parenting, Collaborations with other Queer Social Enterprises and Charities

Do you have any more recommendations or suggestions for us? If so, it would be great to hear from you. You find us via email at or through our social channels!


While you're here...

Did you know we consult with 100+ Businesses, ERGs and Change-Leaders providing bespoke corporate solutions? Through consultancy we design shared learning experiences, produce DEI insights and craft bespoke content that support individuals with strengthening their roles as change-agents within their communities and organisations.

Find out more here.

We also organise FREE community events throughout the year! We offer a variety of ways to get involved - both online and in person. This is a great way to network and learn more about others' experiences, through in-depth discussion on an array of topics. You can find out what events we have coming up here. New ones are added all the time, so make sure you sign up to our newsletter so you can stay up to date!


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