Gender Recognition Legislation Must Reflect & Protect the Lives of Those People Who Need...

Today (Tuesday 3rd February), the Committee Stage debate on Gender Recognition Bill 2014 began in Seanad Eireann.

Gender Recognition: The Irish Debate So Far

Tomorrow, Tuesday 3rd February, members of Seanad Eireann will advance to Committee Stage debate on the Gender Recognition Bill 2014.
Belong To

Young People’s Rights to Freedom of Expression Not Protected by Gender Recognition Bill 2014

The proposed Gender Recognition Bill is a step forward but it falls seriously short of providing adequate protection to Trans young people, especially within the education system and makes no attempt to protect and vindicate their right to freedom of expression. On a practical level this impacts on uniform choice, access to appropriate toilets, the name which appears on the school roll and the right to join sports teams targeted for those of a certain gender.

Trans Voices Must Be Heard as Gender Recognition Bill 2014 Debated in Seanad

Today (Wednesday 21st January), the Gender Recognition Bill 2014 was debated in Seanad Eireann.
Belong To

Ireland : Gender Recognition Bill published, falls short of meeting the needs of Trans...

Friday 19th December, BeLonG To, the national LGBT organisation, acknowledges the publication of the Gender Recognition bill but says that the bill falls far short of meeting the needs of Trans people, especially Trans young people.

Ireland : Government Publish Gender Recognition Bill

Friday 19th December, the Government have published the Gender Recognition Bill 2014.

A Culture of Ignorance

While gay rights face slow progress in Northern Ireland, issues of transgender awareness and gender identity are often entirely forgotten. Better education is needed to foster awareness and tolerance.

EU report reveals alarming reality trans people

Tuesday, the EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) presented the largest comparative study on the experiences of trans people in all 28 EU Member States. The FRA calls the results "alarming", but highlights that legal frameworks and good policies have a positive impact on trans people's lives.

Transgender People in Ireland Face High Rates of Violence

Today (9th December) the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) launched a ground-breaking report 'Being Trans in the European Union'. The report points to how trans people experience frequent discrimination and harassment, and draws upon the responses to FRA’s wider EU LGBT survey. The survey’s most striking result is the high level of repetitive violence and hate-motivated crime trans persons suffer.
Being Trans in the EU

BeLonG To welcomes the publication of EU’s Fundamental Rights Agency Report ‘Being Trans in...

BeLonG To the national organisation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans young people in Ireland welcomes the publication of 'Being Trans in the EU' by the FRA. This report represents the most comprehensive research into the lived experiences of Trans people across the European Union and will form the bedrock of important policy development across member states into the future.

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