Joint statement by MBM, Keep Prisons Single Sex, LGB Alliance and For Women Scotland

Gender reconition reform: evidence to the Equalities, Human Rights and Civil Justice Committee, 31st May 2022 We were pleased to have the opportunity to give evidence to the EHRCJ Committee this morning and are grateful that they saw fit to…

Joint note on Scottish Government handling of gender recognition reform

The note below was sent to Joe Fitzpatrick MSP, Convener of the Equalities, Human Rights and Civil Justice Committee. The note highlights the Scottish Government’s inadequate policy processes, its failure to engender an atmosphere conducive to a civilised public debate…

Has the Scottish Government undertaken any further analysis on gender recognition reform since 2019?

On 2 March 2022 the Scottish Government published the Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill. On introducing the Bill Social Justice Secretary Shona Robison stated: 'This Bill does not introduce any new rights for trans people. It is about simplifying and…

MBM submission to Equalities, Human Rights and Civil Justice Committee on the Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill

Our submission to the Equalities, Human Rights and Civil Justice Committee on the Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill can be read below. A copy of the submission can also be downloaded here. About us MurrayBlackburnMackenzie (MBM) is a not-for-profit independent…