Gender Recognition & Reform Project at Exeter University

Survey: www.bit.ly/recogandreform

The Gender Recognition & Reform Project at Exeter University is calling for participants who identify as transgender and/or non-binary. This is an exciting opportunity for you to have your voice heard and potentially influence law reform. There is up to £35 worth of vouchers or equivalent charitable donations available for each participant who takes part in all three parts of the study (subject to conditions).

The first part of the study is an online survey which is open to all who are transgender and/or non-binary: there are ten £10 vouchers / equivalent charitable donations available to win in a randomised draw.

The second part is a 60-minute interview (face-to-face, Skype or telephone) and is only open to those who are non-binary: each interviewee will be reimbursed with a £20 voucher / equivalent donation and travel / refreshments costs if applicable.

The final part of the study is a very short feedback survey which is only open to those who have completed the survey and had an interview: each respondent will be reimbursed with a £5 voucher / equivalent donation.

This project has been created by Mollie Gascoigne as part of a PhD qualification. Please see the information sheets on The Gender Recognition & Reform Project for more information including the anticipated outputs of the project, withdrawal and data protection etc.

If you have any queries or require any accessibility adjustments, please contact Mollie at recogandreform@exeter.ac.uk.

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