Online survey: “HIV-related stigmatization and discrimination”
Thank you for your interest in our survey!
Who can participate?
This questionnaire is intended for individuals who are
- HIV positive
- at least 16 years old
- living in Germany.
What’s this survey about?
The aim of this survey is to learn more about your experiences with HIV-related stigmatization and discrimination. We would like to investigate how these experiences have impacted your life.
This online survey is part of a community research project titled “positive voices 2.0”, which is being carried out by the Institute for Democracy and Civil Society (IDZ) in cooperation with Deutsche Aidshilfe (DAH). You can find more about the project “positive voices 2.0” here: www.positive-stimmen.de
Your participation is important!
By taking part in this survey, you will be making a vital contribution to putting an end to stigmatization and discrimination against individuals living with HIV. People’s personal experiences and the ways they deal with this issue are extremely diverse. In order for us to gain as broad an overview as possible and investigate the topic in greater depth, it is important that as many HIV-positive individuals as possible participate.
How long will the survey take?
The survey takes 30-40 minutes, thereby allowing us to cover many different aspects of your experiences. We suggest finding a quiet place to complete the survey (such as your home). Filling out via smartphone is possible, but due to the small screen not recommended.
Short breaks are possible, but the website must not be closed. Please note that there is no "back" option in the questionnaire.
Please do not use your browser's back button under any circumstances. Otherwise your data will be lost.