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Brief Summary

This report summarises the findings of a survey undertaken during November and December 2015 in collaboration with the Non-Binary Inclusion Project. The survey, entitled ‘Replace the GRC – but how?’ was created in response to calls for reform of the Gender Recognition Act 2004, in the wake of a Transgender Equality Inquiry conducted by the UK Parliament’s Women and Equalities Committee.

The survey consisted of four questions, and a comment box for additional suggestions. All questions were open-ended, with respondents encouraged to answer as they saw fit.

This report unpacks a number of key themes identified from responses to the survey. These findings do not necessarily reflect a consistent viewpoint, nor the views of UK Trans Info. However, we anticipate that they will be of use in considering possible approaches to the revision or replacement of the Gender Recognition Act (GRA) and Gender Recognition Certificate (GRC).


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