About us

Our background

Dr Kath Murray is a Research Fellow in Criminology at the University of Edinburgh. She completed herPhD in 2014, looking at the disproportionate use of stop and search on young people in Scotland. Her research in this area led to major legal and policy reform in Scotland, for which she received an ESRC…

Our research impact

Since 2018 we have researched and written about women’s sex-based rights and gender self-identification across different areas of public policy in the UK. Within this short period, we have established a strong record of research impact: We have consistently called for greater consideration of the impact of proposed reforms to the Gender Recognition…

Funding

Since we formed in November 2018, most of the research and analysis we have undertaken on the impact of gender self-identification on women’s sex-based rights has been done on an unpaid basis. You can make a donation to support our work here. Over the past ten months, we have raised funds via two…