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LGBTI Exclusion in Serbia: Measuring its Socioeconomic Dimensions - Data Matters

February 25, 2020

Washington, DC

  • RECORDING | PRESENTATION

    The World Bank tested a survey methodology that allows robust comparisons between the lives of LGBTI people and the general population.  The findings are documented in the report A Comparative Analysis of the Socioeconomic Dimensions of LGBTI Exclusion in Serbia which is based on an adaptation of the EU’s Survey on Income and Living Conditions (SILC) instrument; a standardized household survey used regularly in Serbia to collect data from the general population on income, poverty, social exclusion, and living conditions.  The report is one of the first efforts globally to frame the challenges faced by LGBTI people in the context of the experiences of the general population.

    In total, 998 LGBTI people responded to the online survey and the data provide new insights on differences in the socio-economic outcomes of LGBTI people and a demographically similar subset of the general population. Participants learned the unique methodology used to collect and analyze the data, key findings of the research, and what can be done to improve the socioeconomic outcomes of LGBTI people in Serbia.

  • CHAIR 

    Roby Senderowitsch, Practice Manager, Governance Global Practice, Europe and Central Asia - West, World Bank

    SPEAKERS

    Andrew Flores. Assistant Professor, Department of Government American University

    Gladys Senderayi, Public Sector Specialist, Governance Global Practice, World Bank

    Dominik Koehler, Project Coordinator, Social Development Global Practice, World Bank

    DISCUSSANTS

    Dragana Todorović, Executive Co-Director, ERA-LGBTI Equal Rights Association for the Western Balkans and Turkey. 

    CLOSING REMARKS

    Clifton Cortez, Global Advisor on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI), Social Development Global Practice, World Bank