The Government has published its proposals for changes to the gender recognition process and set out how it plans to move forward. The Women and Equalities Committee will examine these proposals, gathering evidence on whether the Government’s proposed changes are the right ones and whether they go far enough.
This inquiry will explore what changes, if any, should be made to the existing legislation, in order for current legislation to improve transgender equality.
The written evidence published as part of this inquiry will be used to inform the work of the Committee. Publication of written evidence does not equate to an endorsement of the views it contains by the Committee.
Some of the written evidence published as part of this inquiry may contain explicit language or comments that some readers may find offensive
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