The Gender Recognition Act Discussion (February 2018)

In 2016 the Women and Equalities Select Committee heard evidence from trans, non-binary and non-gender people who are directly affected by the shortcomings of the Gender Recognition Act 2004 (GRA). In its day the GRA, and the access it provided to a new birth certificate, was considered ground-breaking, but the world has moved on. Now,

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LGBT Foundation: Response to Mail on Sunday Article

The Mail published another misleading & inaccurate article about trans young people. Our message is clear- we’re proud to provide vital services that change & save people’s lives. Today the LGBT community stands with our trans family. Read LGBT Foundation’s response: In the end, equality wins Paul Martin OBE, Chief Executive of LGBT Foundation and

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The Spectrum of Transgender – 22nd Nov @ Clifford Chance

The Spectrum of Transgender: A discussion on the diversity of transgender individuals and the challenges each face. In celebration of Transgender Awareness Week 2018 we are pleased to host an invite-only D&I panel discussion and networking event, which brings together a variety of speakers to discuss the experiences of transgender individuals and how colleagues and

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Trans Teen Survival Guide Book Party

Meet Fox & Owl Fisher, the authors of the book, Trans Teen Survival Guide. Come to Brighton on Tuesday 20th November 2018 and Wednesday 12th December 2018 where they will be reading from their book, answering questions about being trans and the advice within the book that shows you are not alone. It’s helpful to know

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Informed Consent Forms

Informed Consent Forms are intended to protect both service users and clinicians by ensuring that proper information has been given and fully understood before embarking on treatment. The forms relevant to hormone treatment may be provided at the first appointment, so that service users have the opportunity to take the forms away and consider any

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Gender Identity Services for Adults – Update

NHS England’s consultation on ‘specialised gender identity services for adults (17 and above) has now closed. Through consultation we sought people’s views on two proposed service specifications: one for how Gender Identity Clinics will deliver specialised outpatient services; and another for how surgical units will deliver surgical interventions. There was a good level of interest

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