Join representatives from Transgender Fife and the Scottish Trans Alliance as we discuss the facts around gender reform in Scotland, creating a better understanding of GRA reform as well as empowering people to join in with these discussions.
Hate crimes against transgender people in Scotland have increased by almost double since 2015, according to recent figures.
As part of furthering the work of Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics to help tackle the under-representation of disabled, minority ethnic or transgender women as voters, activists and representatives, we are delivering three events to bring women together to talk about labels placed on women. The first event "Let's Define ME" took place on … Continue reading Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics – Let’s Talk About US
Transgender people are being put at a greater risk of self harm and suicide because of “unacceptably” long waiting lists at Gender Identity Clinics (GIC), a trans equality charity has said.
Scotland’s main Highland Games body, which has faced strong criticism over its lack of gender equality for female athletes, will today be under pressure to discuss including transgender non-binary categories in its events.
Following a year of intense debate around ‘gender recognition’, five trans young people speak to Caitlin Logan about what it really means to be trans in Scotland today
Equality and Human Rights Commission at odds with women’s groups
The Scottish Government is facing a court challenge over schools guidance suggesting teachers need not tell parents if their child wants to change gender.
Self-defining” trans women are to be given full rights by Labour, including guaranteed access to the party’s all-women shortlists for Parliamentary selections
In May 2017 Jade contacted Fife Centre for Equalities by email after a Fife Council worker suggested she contact us.
General Synod voted in favour of motion saying the often marginalised community should be ‘welcomed and affirmed’