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Sex Matters.

“The question for the debate is whether the law should be made clearer, so as to establish beyond doubt that a Gender Recognition Certificate does not redefine the categories of “male” and “female” in the Equality Act, or change a person’s sex in relation to sex discrimination.

This would make clear that having a certificate does not give male people the right to compete in women’s sports, or to undress or shower with women and girls, or to be employed in a job that involves intimate contact with women (such as where a teacher, doctor, nurse, police officer or prison guard carries out private examinations or searches). In these situations protecting everybody’s human rights requires recognising biological sex, not gender identity.”

Right now: write to your MP about the debate

The debate on our petition to make the Equality Act clear will be held in Westminster Hall on Monday 12th June. This is an important opportunity for MPs to discuss the issues and arguments on all sides. Afterwards a government minister will respond.

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Civil Service Leadership and Reform


The aim of this inquiry is to explore the status and constitutional position, of the Civil Service, Civil Service Leadership and Policymaking

Does the Civil Service need reforming? MPs launch new inquiry

This inquiry is currently accepting evidence

The committee wants to hear your views. We welcome submissions from anyone with answers to the questions in the call for evidence. You can submit evidence until Thursday 20 July 2023.

Read and Complete the Call For Evidence if you feel that there is no transparency nor accountability where Ministers and Senior Civil Servants play political football with no account of how policies have been arrived at and how they are implemented thus breaking the doctrine of Ministerial Accountability of Parliament. Anyone can respond to the Call For Evidence.

Open Consultation

Exchange of sexual relations for accommodation (‘sex for rent’)

Call for evidence to increase understanding of where and how exploitation is taking place and how to strengthen the response to it.

This consultation closes at
11:59pm on 30 June 2023

Policy Paper

Law Commission review of hate crime legislation

Government response to recommendation 8 of the Law Commission’s review of hate crime legislation.

The government agrees with the Law Commission’s recommendation that sex or gender should not be added to the list of protected characteristics for the purposes of aggravated offences and enhanced sentencing.

Open consultation

Supporting earlier resolution of private family law arrangements

A consultation on resolving private family disputes earlier through family mediation.

This consultation is being held on another website.

This consultation closes at

Open Consultation

Consultation on equality objectives – April 2023

The Regulator of Social Housing is consulting on a proposed revised set of equality objectives to meet the requirement to agree and publish such objectives in regulations made pursuant to the Equality Act 2010.

This consultation will run from 25 April 2023. The closing date is 30 June 2023.


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Check out the latest Government consultations and policy papers

Equality Hub

Women and Equalities Committee

Have A Word

Labour Womens Conference 2021

What we Aim for

Promoting Freedom of Speech
Building Community And Event Organizations
Defending Womens Human Rights
Defending a Democracy