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A Practical Guide to Transgender Law

ISBN13: 9781913715663
Published: May 2021
Publisher: Law Brief Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £29.99

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A comprehensive volume filling a notable gap in the legal library.

The book has introductory sections on the facts and language related to trans, and then substantial sections on the relevant parts of the Equality Act 2010 as related to transgender individuals, and the Gender Recognition Act 2004.

Specialist sections then follow, dealing with Associations, Asylum, Criminal Justice, Data Protection, Education, Employment, Family, Healthcare, Media, Name and Gender Marker Change; Politics and Parliament, Prison, Services, Sport, Gender-critical views, Example Policies and Reform. Some sections have been written with assistance from recognised experts in their field.

Human Rights and Civil Liberties, Discrimination Law
Chapter One – Understanding Trans
Chapter Two – The Equality Act 2010
Chapter Three – Gender Recognition Act 2004
Chapter Four – Associations, Clubs and Societies
Chapter Five – Asylum
Chapter Six – Criminal Justice
Chapter Seven – Data Protection and Confidentiality
Chapter Eight – Education
Chapter Nine – Employment
Chapter Ten – Family
Chapter Eleven – Healthcare
Chapter Twelve – Media
Chapter Thirteen – Name and Gender Marker Change
Chapter Fourteen – Politics and Parliament
Chapter Fifteen – Prisons
Chapter Sixteen – Provision of Services
Chapter Seventeen – Sport
Chapter Eighteen – Are Gender-Critical Views a Protected Belief?
Chapter Nineteen – Example Trans-Inclusive Policies
Chapter Twenty – Reform