GRA reform in Scotland – the rest in one go

This post addresses Parts 4, 5 and 7 of the Scottish government’s consultation document on reform of the Gender Recognition Act 2004. I’m throwing everything into this final post, because there are only two weeks left until the consultation closes and I want to get the important points across.

GRA reform in Scotland – 3: the need for change

This post addresses Part 3 of the Scottish government’s consultation document on reform of the Gender Recognition Act 2004. Recognising that the GRA has become dated and is no longer in accordance with international thinking on transgender rights, the government has proposed a review of the legislation.

GRA reform in Scotland – overview

The UK’s Gender Recognition Act 2004 (GRA) was introduced in response to a 2002 European Court of Human Rights ruling against the UK (Christine Goodwin v. the United Kingdom). It legislated against some practices that were seen as potentially discriminatory against trans people. On 9 November 2017, the Scottish government launched a consultation (open until 1… Continue reading GRA reform in Scotland – overview