Creating change together

Improving trans equality, rights and inclusion in Scotland

Creating change together

Improving trans equality, rights and inclusion in Scotland

Creating change together

Improving trans equality, rights and inclusion in Scotland

Gender Recognition Act Reform

Make sure LGBT+ People Count!

For the first time, the Census 2022 will ask questions about sexual orientation and trans status or history, alongside a wide range of other questions that include family relationships, housing, car ownership, health, religion, race, nationality, languages used, marital or civil partnership status, caring responsibilities, education, employment status, and veteran status.

We urge LGBT+ people to complete these questions, so we can get the best possible statistics in relation to LGBT+ people and have better planned services.

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31 March 2022   |   News

Trasgender Day of Visibility 2022

“We take today to recognise the beauty and strength of our community, our creativity and bravery in the face of adversity. But we know that transphobia will not go away overnight, and that we as trans people and allies have to support each other and work together to get to the better world we know is coming.”

3 March 2022   |   News

Equality organisations welcome Scottish Government’s Gender Recognition Reform Bill

National LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex) organisations in Scotland have welcomed the Scottish Government’s Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill, published today.

17 February 2022   |   News

Trans equality charity welcome Court of Session decision on transgender rights

Court upholds Census guidance allowing trans men and women to self-identify their lived sex

25 January 2022   |   News

Scottish Trans joins legal challenge to protect trans people’s equal participation in the next Scottish Census

Equality charity says that attempt to overturn well established guidance for trans men and trans women answering the Census is ‘misguided’ and will send a message that ‘they aren’t counted equally in Scotland’.

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