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The Transgender Equality Inquiry has received a lot of attention from media, organisations and individuals. Below is a collection of news, articles and blogs related to the inquiry. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have anything to add to this list.

Blogs from around and after the release of the final report

Statements from Organisations after the release of the report

Media after the release of the final report

Media shortly before the release of the final report

Media after fifth oral evidence session

Media after fourth oral evidence session

Media after third oral evidence session

After second oral evidence session

Media after first oral evidence session

Media after inquiry was initially announced

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About the Inquiry

The Inquiry into Transgender Equality was first launched by the new Women and Equalities Committee. It began on 27th July 2015 and is currently still ongoing.

The official website of the inquiry is available here and you can also follow along on twitter using the #transinquiry hashtag.