Government says GRA reforms will not be at the expense of women’s rights: A self-declaration system must now be ruled out.

The government has confirmed that it will not make any changes to the Equality Act as part of its GRA reforms. This includes no change to the single-sex exemptions which give natal women their legal right to spaces and services exclusive to them.  It will continue to be lawful to

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The Gender Recognition Act 2004 : What does it mean for women?

Introduction The Gender Recognition Act 2004 is the legal framework by which a transgender person can have their preferred gender legally recognised. Since its introduction there have been approximately 4,500 gender recognition certificates (GRC) issued. The vast majority of transgender people do not have legal gender recognition and remain legally

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