A BDMRR working group has been established to advise the Minister on making things better under the current legislation, should the bill not pass into law.
Respect looks different to each person, and the things that feel respectful to one person may feel disrespectful to the next person. Use these tips to start a conversation about respect.
Buy our beautiful ''We Belong'' transgender flag bunting and show your support for trans and intersex people.
PRIDE month schedule for Gender Minorities Aotearoa events
With just 5 minutes, you can be part of making a massive difference for the legal protection of some very marginalised people, who often don't get listened to. The timeframe is tight, so we have developed this easy to understand information and 3 point submission guideline, so you can have your voice heard.
Today we recognise women being discriminated against in employment, or due to their line of work, doing gendered labour, doing the same work as men and having that work valued less, being paid less, having less decision making power.
All about the BDMRR Bill and changing gender markers on birth certificates
Many trans people are passionate about equality, which can lead them to join community groups, unions, or protests. This pamphlet gives legal information for trans people interacting with Police and the criminal justice system when protesting.
March 10th 2018, takataapui, transgender, and intersex people and supporters walked, danced, and rode along in the Wellington International Pride Parade with a clear message: transgender health care now!
The takeaway message is that visibility alone is not enough. Let's continue to be at the forefront of human rights – 2016 TDOV press release