Organisation responses to gender recognition consultation: Scotland S-Z

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.

Saints LGBT plus

Scottish Catholic Education Service Parent Service

Scottish Catholic Education Service

Scottish Catholics for Labour

Scottish Child Law Centre

Scottish Council on Human Bioethics

Scottish Green Party

Scottish Human Rights Commission

Scottish Parents Against the Gender Reform Bill

Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC)

Scottish Womens Aid


SNP Alyth Branch

SNP Womens Pledge

Solidarity Party

South Edinburgh Against Misogyny

Springburn Assemblies of God Church

Staff Pride Network University of Edinburgh

Stonewall Scotland

Stornoway Free Church Kirk Session

Stornoway Reformed Presbyterian Church

Terrence Higgins Trust Scotland

The Action Group

The Church and Society Committee of the United Free Church of Scotland

The City of Edinburgh Council

The Educational Institute of Scotland

The National Autistic Society Scotland

The Scottish Childrens Reporter Administration

The Scottish Youth Parliament

The University of Glasgow

Time for Inclusive Education TIE

Time for Inclusive Education

Trans Masculine Scotland




Unite Scotland

Victim Support Scotland

Waverley Care

West Dunbartonshire Council

Western Isles Presbytery of the Free Church of Scotland

Wise Women Glasgow

Women and Girls in Scotland

Women Matter


Young Scots for Independence


YWCA Scotland The Young Womens Movement

Zero Tolerance

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