Badminton Australia excited to share the Pride In Sport Survey with our community. The Pride In Sport Survey will allow us to assess and benchmark badminton’s progress in the area of inclusion of people with diverse sexualities and genders. In addition, the data that badminton contributes will also provide valuable insights for the whole of sport in Australia.
This is only one area of our diversity & inclusion work. While the survey focuses on LGBTQ inclusion, it does not by any means diminish our focus or activity in other areas of diversity practice. We work with similar organisations in other areas of our diversity focus.
Participation in the PSI National Survey allows us to track our progress, benchmark ourselves against other sporting organisations, and provide a means by which you can have your say.
Regardless of how you personally identify, we encourage you to participate in this Survey.
While the survey will identify the name of our organisation, individuals within the survey cannot be identified by either Pride in Sport, the not-for-profit employer support program running the benchmark, or by ourselves (i.e. participation in this is completely anonymous).
Your feedback will enable us to not only gauge the visibility of our inclusion initiatives in this area of diversity and inclusion, but will also enable us to understand the views of those who do not identity as LGBTQ, as well as the experiences of those who are of diverse sexuality and/or gender.
The first few pages of the Survey provides:
- The purpose of the survey; and
- An outline of terminology used.
Please ensure you use the navigation buttons within the survey instrument, not the browser buttons.
Please ensure you click the ‘submit’ button upon completing the PSI Survey.
Should you have any questions, please contact:
Help us be the leading sporting organisation in Australia for LGBTQ inclusion, and complete this survey!
We would like to invite and encourage you to complete the survey regardless of how you personally identify. Participation is anonymous and more information about the survey and about Pride in Sport can be found at Pride In Sport – www.prideinsport.com.au