Useful links

Please contact us if you know an organisation you think should be added to the list.

GIRES

 

Gender Identity Research Education Society (GIRES) is a registered charity that aims to promote education based on research into gender identity and intersex issues and supports the right of individuals to live according to their true gender identity, rather than one imposed upon them at birth.

 

Tel: 01372 801554

info@gires.org.uk

http://www.gires.org.uk

Press for Change

 

Press for Change is a political lobbying and educational organisation which campaigns to achieve equal rights and liberties for all transgender people in the UK, through legislation and social change.


office@pfc.org.uk

http://www.pfc.org.uk/

Scottish Transgender Alliance

 

Provides employers and service providers in Scotland with training and good practice guidance on trans equality issues.

 

https://www.equality-network.org/

UK Intersex Association

 

An education, advocacy, campaigning and support organisation working on behalf of intersex people specifically for the UK. 

 

http://www.ukia.co.uk/

Gender Recognition Certificate overview

 

How to apply for a Gender Recognition Certificate. 

 

https://www.gov.uk/apply-gender-recognition-certificate

Organisation Intersex International

 

An education, advocacy, campaigning and support organisation working on behalf of intersex people internationally.

 

http://oiiuk.org/

Mermaids

Family support group for children and teenagers with gender identity issues.

 

https://mermaidsuk.org.uk/

Depend

 

An organisation offering free, confidential and non-judgmental advice, information and support to all family members, spouses, partners and friends of transsexual people in the UK.

 

http://www.depend.org.uk/

FTM Network

 

An informal and self help group open to female to male transgender and transsexual people. 

 

f2mlondon@hotmail.com

http://www.ftmlondon.org.uk/

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