Please get in touch if you would like to promote an event, activity, group or campaign you are involved with for the transgender community anywhere across Scotland – email@example.com
Are you a non-binary person? We want to hear from you!
The Scottish Transgender Alliance is conducting a survey about non-binary people in the UK focusing on three main areas: your experiences of using services, views on legal gender recognition, and experiences of employment.
To take the survey, go to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/nonbinarysurvey
To read more about our equal recognition campaign, and to sign up and show your support, visit: http://www.scottishtrans.org/equal/
For more information on the survey, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0131 467 6039.
Join Police Scotland
Police Scotland is committed to expanding the diversity of our workforce. If you’re looking for a career that will take you beyond your own expectations and give you the variety, challenge and reward that you are looking for then follow the link to find out more about how to apply.
LGBTQI Church Friendly Fair – Edinburgh
On Saturday 26th September 2015 7-8.30pm, Our Tribe @ Augustine United in partnership with the Chaplaincy at Edinburgh University, are hosting an LGBTQI Friendly Church Fair, and wondered if your church, group or organisation would like to participate in it?
The aim of the fair is to bring together LGBTQI affirming churches, faith communities and LGBTQI groups and organisations in Edinburgh, so that Edinburgh Uni students can find information and opportunities to connect with us, and so that we can connect with each other.
If you would like to participate, we would invite you to host a stall with leaflets etc about your organisation. We will have refreshments available. There will be a welcome and introduction near the start and then the rest of the evening will simply be an opportunity to meet, mix and share.
If you would like your organisation to participate in this please email Maxwell Reay. We hope that you can share in this event.
National Gender Identity Clinical Network for Scotland
The NGICNS annual meeting took place last month. There was a review of the activities of the network since its establishment a year ago. The steering group meets every 3 months and the minutes can be downloaded from the NGICNS website. At the annual meeting there was a suggestion to inform people on the contact list when new content is added to the website. If you would like to receive updates and details of upcoming events to attend you can request this via the contact form on the NGICNS website. Just fill in your details and ask to be added to the contact list.
GALA SCOTLAND Glasgay! and LGBTQI futures
Equalities and what we are doing for you and the wider community
We are a Scottish charity that has managed the Glasgay! festival for 20+ years. As a result of changes in our regular funding we are in a process of organisational transition to a new year-round sustainable business model.
We’d like your co-operation in addressing the needs of LGBTQI artists, audiences and the wider community. Please complete our survey.
A BBC documentary is available on the BBC iPlayer that follows five different trans women – Anne, Gladys, Carla, Bee and Jan – over the the course of a year, charting their lives at various stages of transition. Available for 21 days via the link below:
Prejudice Towards Trans People – University of Nottingham Research
What does prejudice do to the mental health of trans people?
To help us understand the stresses of prejudice on trans people and their mental health please complete this online survey:
You need to be 18 and older and identify as being trans. You do not need to have a mental health problem to take part. You also have a chance to be entered into a prize draw.
Useful trans community links and resources
The Scottish Transgender Alliance works to improve gender identity and gender reassignment equality, rights and inclusion in Scotland. Click here to access a wealth of links and resources for the trans community. http://www.scottishtrans.org/resources/