Over the past two and a half years, we have researched and written about women’s sex-based rights and gender self-identification across different areas of public policy in the UK. We engage regularly with key decision makers and, within a short period of time, have established a strong record of impact based on careful research and analysis.
We would like to continue our work on women’s sex-based rights, and to build on our knowledge and experience in this area. There are a number of areas we would like to focus on between now and the end of 2021, including gender recognition reform, sex-disaggregated data and hate crime.
All of our output – submissions, briefing notes, media articles and other material – can be read on our website. You can read about our activity over the past six months here:
The report on our activity for the six month period from December 2020 to May 2021 can be downloaded here 31 May 2021 Hate crime A substantial proportion of our time was spent scrutinising the Scottish Government’s controversial Hate Crime and Public Order Bill, as it passed through the Scottish Parliament. Our primary concerns were…