Gender Recognition Act reform: why the government is failing transgender people

NGA Law was asked to write a piece for the Review, the national magazine for family lawyers in England published by Resolution, commenting on the government’s recently-announced decision not to substantively reform the Gender Recognition Act.

The article explains what the Gender Recognition Act 2004 says, why it needs updating, why the government changed its mind about making progressive reform and why this is so worrying and disappointing for transgender people in the UK and the whole of the LGBT+ community. You can read it in full here.

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