The Scottish Trans Alliance project (Scottish Trans for short) has been funded by the Scottish Government Equality Unit since 2007.
We assist transgender people, service providers, employers and equality organisations to engage together to improve gender identity and gender reassignment equality, rights and inclusion in Scotland. We strive for everyone in Scotland to be safe and valued whatever their gender identity and gender reassignment status and to have full freedom in their gender expression.
We believe that it is in the interests of all gender diverse people in Scotland to come together in alliance with one another to work more effectively to eliminate discrimination and harassment. We consult and involve many groups and individuals with various diverse identities, including: transsexual women, transsexual men, non-binary-gender people, cross-dressing people, intersex people and others. We prioritise working in partnership with other local, national and international equality organisations and take an intersectional approach which recognises the importance of tackling multiple discrimination.
Scottish Trans Alliance currently has two full-time members of staff: James Morton and Vic Valentine, and a number of diverse part-time and sessional workers and volunteers who assist us in our work. We are part of the Equality Network:
30 Bernard Street, Edinburgh, EH6 6PR
Tel: 0131 467 6039