WRC consultation on proposed reforms to the Gender Recognition Act 2004

The UK Government is currently consulting on proposed reforms to The Gender Recognition Act (GRA) 2004.

Women's Resource Centre (WRC) is therefore seeking the views of its members in order to respond to the Government’s consultation on reforming the process of changing an individual’s legal gender, via the GRA 2004.

We are particularly interested to gather your views on any impact the GRA may have on single and separate sex services for women and girls.

Please complete the survey by 28th September 2018 https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ZT9ZSRT

WRC recognises the human rights of all members of society and understands that trans and non-binary people are persecuted for their gender identity. WRC agrees with the UK Government that trans and non-binary people have the right to be treated with respect and dignity. 

If you are asked any questions that you do not want to answer, this is fine, please leave them blank. If you change your mind about taking part, you are free to withdraw at any point. Any information collected will be stored in accordance  with the Data Protection Act 2018. All information provided will be fully anonymised and contributions will not be attributed to any individual or organisation.

After the consultation closes, the responses will be analysed, and a report summarising the responses will be produced

If you have any queries, concerns or questions then please contact: admin@wrc.org.uk 

Thank you.

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