Human rights and discrimination law
Resources to support transgender human rights in Aotearoa NZ.
Transgender people at work
Gender Minorities Aotearoa (2021)
How to write a Submission to a Parliamentary Select Committee – Gender Minorities Aotearoa (2021)
Where Do You Sleep at Night? Transgender Experiences of Housing Instability and Homelessness – Gender Minorities Aotearoa (2020).
The Youth19 Rangatahi Smart Survey (Youth19) Report – Fleming, T., Peiris-John, R., Crengle, S., Archer, D., Sutcliffe, K., Lewycka, S., & Clark, T. (2020).
Prism Report – New Zealand Human Rights Commission (2020).
Report of the Working Group for Reducing Barriers to Changing Registered Sex – Department of Internal Affairs working group: Kate Scarlet, Jack Byrne, Mani Mitchell, Jeannie Oliphant, Fleur Fitzsimons, Ahi Wi-Hongi, and Georgina Beyer (2020).
Counting Ourselves National Transgender Health Report Aotearoa NZ – Veale J, Byrne J, Tan K, Guy S, Yee A, Nopera T, & Bentham R (2019).
Being Trans and Protesting – Gender Minorities Aotearoa (2018).
In Our Own Words Sexual Violence in Tertiary Education Report – Thursdays in Black, Union of Student’s Associations (with co-development by Gender Minorities Aotearoa) (2017).
Security Systems, Visibility, and Safety – Gender Minorities Aotearoa (2016).
U.S. Transgender Survey Report 2015 (PDF).
UNAIDS: GAP Report 2014 (global) (link).
Youth ’12: Transgender young people fact sheet (PDF).
The Inquiry into Discrimination Experienced by Transgender People – NZ Human Rights Commission (Link & PDF).
Human Rights Commission Resources.
Young & Trans HRC Trans Workshop.
Community Law Manual: Discrimination.
Human Rights Act (1993).
New Zealand Bill of Rights Act (1990).
Community Law Manual – Community Law.
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