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On Tuesday 15th September the committee held it's second oral evidence session. There were two panels:

Panel 1

The first panel discussed issues affecting trans youth. Planned topics included: young trans people in society; gender dysphoria in young people; accessing the NHS Gender Identity Development Service; quality and capacity of NHS Gender Identity Service; physical treatment options; schools; higher and further education; social care.

At 10.30am

Panel 2

The second panel discussed issues affecting trans people in the criminal justice system. Planned topics included: Court Service; Prison Service; National Probation Service; numbers of trans people in the criminal justice system.

At 11.30am


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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.