Organisation responses to gender recognition consultation: Scotland A-G

Responses to the Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill consultation from organisations based in Scotland.

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The consultation on the draft Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill closed for responses on 17 March 2020. The Scottish Government has published the analysis report of the consultation responses alongside the responses from organisations and groups, where permission was given to publish.

Responses have been moderated for material which may raise concerns about data protection, copyright, is potentially defamatory, offensive or contains reference to ongoing court cases.

All responses have been analysed and the analysis report published.

Aberdeenshire Council
Advance HE
African Caribbean Christian Fellowship Aberdeen Branch
Amnesty international UK
Anent Transphobia Fetter Together Ltd
Annan and District Branch Scottish National Party
Archdiocesan Secondary Head Teacher Association
Argyll and Bute Trans Youth chat
Audacious Women Festival
AUSA Trans Students Forum
Beyond Gender an LGBT Youth Scotland youth group
Bishops Conference of Scotland
Board of Reformed Christian Education Scotland
Catholic Head Teachers of the Diocese of Motherwell
Catholic Truth
Central Evangelical Church
Children and Young Peoples Commissioner Scotland
Children in Scotland
Close the Gap
Colin Cooper Photography
Covenant Fellowship Scotland
Dundee Labour Womens Group
East Dunbartonshire Catholic Schools Group
EDI Scotland
Edinburgh Frontrunners
Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre
Edinburgh University Students Association
Equality and Human Rights Commission
Equality Network and Scottish Trans Alliance
Evangelical Alliance
Feisty Women
Fife Womens Aid
For Women Scotland
Forth Valley Rape Crisis Centre
Forth Valley Student Association
Free Church of Scotland Continuing
Free Church of Scotland
Fringe of Colour
Gender Recognition Youth Commission
Gendered Intelligence
Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis
Glasgow Archdiocesan Primary Head Teacher Association
Glasgow City Council
Glasgow LGBTQI Plus Substance Use Working Group
Glasgow University Students Representative Council
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