Gender recognition: Slow progress

Jessica Keal considers transgender rights, the development of the Gender Recognition Act 2004 and subsequent calls for further reform The calls for transgender people to be able to self-identify without the need for a medical diagnosis have not translated into any meaningful reform, with the main changes being to move the application process online and …
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Cases Referenced

  • Bellinger v Bellinger [2001] EWCA Civ 1140
  • Corbett v Corbett (otherwise Ashley) [1970] 2 All ER 33
  • Goodwin v UK [2002] ECHR 588
  • I v UK [2002] ECHR 592