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Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Exhibitions (14 Apr 2003)

Denis MacShane: ...27January 2003 TBC 2,402.88 Grades (Warwick) 7 March 2003 3 1,700.81 Consular Directorate London Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras 4 July 2002 3 Outreach to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender travellers 117.50 Holiday and Travel Show, Manchester 10–12 January 2003 3 Disseminating travel advice to public & networking with travel industry 5,355.65 Adventure...

Written Answers — Home Department: External Reports (29 Apr 2003)

Hilary Benn: ...Review of Coroners Services. Due for completion by Easter 2003. A date for publication is still to be confirmed. (3) Corporate Development and Services Group Models of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender staff networks. A Report for the Home Office Human Resources Equality Unit. Prepared by Stonewall, April 2002. (4) Police Resources Unit Police Standards Unit has produced one report...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Overseas Travel: Young People (30 Apr 2003)

Baroness Amos: ...for travel overseas including guidance on taking out travel insurance, travel advice and checklists for specific groups such as backpackers and independent travellers, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender travellers, women travellers and those visiting friends and relatives overseas.

Written Ministerial Statements — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Younger Travellers (30 Apr 2003)

Mike O'Brien: ...for travel overseas including guidance on taking out travel insurance, travel advice and checklists for specific groups such as backpackers and independent travellers, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender travellers, women travellers and those visiting friends and relatives overseas.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Rape and Sexual Assault: British Citizens Travelling Overseas (30 Jun 2003)

Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean: ...advice information and checklists for specific groups such as backpackers and independent travellers, women travellers; those visiting friends and relatives overseas; and gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender travellers. I hope colleagues will join in disseminating the key messages of the campaign.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Social Inclusion: Social Inclusion (1 Sep 2003)

Margaret Smith: To ask the Scottish Executive how it is mainstreaming lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality issues into its activities and those of its agencies and how the effectiveness of such mainstreaming is measured and monitored.

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive: Civil Partnerships (4 Sep 2003)

Patrick Harvie: Does the minister agree that the continuing discrimination in law against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people—and others whose needs are not met by marriage—is unacceptable and that the Executive has a significant opportunity to address it?

Scottish Parliament written answers — Community Planning: Community Planning (23 Sep 2003)

Susan Deacon: To ask the Scottish Executive what action it is taking to ensure that local lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender organisations can participate in the community planning process.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Voluntary Sector: Voluntary Sector (23 Sep 2003)

Susan Deacon: To ask the Scottish Executive how it is addressing capacity building in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) voluntary and representative sectors, both nationally and locally.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Youth Organisations: Youth Organisations (23 Sep 2003)

Susan Deacon: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will ensure that the status of LGBT Youth Scotland, as the only lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth organisation, is recognised in future funding decisions.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Mental Health: Mental Health (1 Oct 2003)

Tom McCabe: ...to the whole person needs of lesbians, gay men and bisexuals in Scotland are captured in the Executive's Equality Strategy which commits all to have regard to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities in Scotland in order to ensure that policies and practices, including those for mental health needs, are informed of the issues of concern to these communities. The policy and...

Scottish Parliament: Mainstreaming Equality (1 Oct 2003)

Margaret Curran: ...pay legislation. We know that women are more likely to live in poverty, earn low wages and be poorer in old age. The social attitudes survey recognised that people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender can experience discrimination. The Executive is totally committed to LGBT equality and to tackling homophobic discrimination and prejudice. Older and younger people, as well as...

Scottish Parliament: Violence Against Women (27 Nov 2003)

Patrick Harvie: Thank you. Before I finish, I will address the comments that have made been about male victims. I spent a good number of years working with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth in Glasgow. I have direct experience of supporting young men who have suffered what I would define as domestic abuse at the hands of their male partners. I argue passionately for the experiences of such young...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Sexual Health: Sexual Health (16 Dec 2003)

Malcolm Chisholm: ...promoting positive sexual health across a range of target groups. These include the Inclusion Project which aims to develop a better understanding of issues specific to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, Walk the Talk, which has a focus on sexual health services for young people, and Caledonia Youth which provides a range of sexual health services in centres in Glasgow,...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Sexual Health: Sexual Health (16 Dec 2003)

Shona Robison: To ask the Scottish Executive what resources have been provided to improve access to sexual health services for (a) lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, (b) ethnic minority groups, (c) commercial sex workers and (d) homeless people in each year since 1999.

Gender Recognition Bill [HL] (18 Dec 2003)

Baroness Buscombe: ...to recognise and associate with transsexuals? Would the Church be breaking the law by refusing to ordain transsexual priests? Can the Minister confirm that the minimum age of legal access to the transgendering process remains 18? For the Bill to be effective, the "acquired gender" of an individual must be taken to be his or her sex for the purpose of all other legislation. I understand...

Scottish Parliament: Sexual Health and Relationship Strategy (14 Jan 2004)

Malcolm Chisholm: ...viruses. There is also the inclusion project, which is helping to identify the support that is needed from local NHS services to better meet the needs of people from lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities. As members know, there is also the national health demonstration project, healthy respect, which is funded by the Executive and led by a partnership of the NHS, local...

Gender Recognition Bill [HL] (3 Feb 2004)

the Bishop of Southwell: .... Nevertheless, the Minister will appreciate how essential it is to strike a proper balance between the rights of all those concerned. That includes the Churches and faith communities who number transgender persons with deep religious convictions among their members. We ought to be sensitive to their vulnerability. At Committee Stage, the Minister indicated that if any provision was needed...

Scottish Parliament: Gender Recognition Bill (5 Feb 2004)

Hugh Henry: ...people. The bill provides for the establishment of gender recognition panels with legal and medical members, who will make decisions on applications for gender recognition certificates from transgender people. We believe that the inclusion of Scottish provisions in the UK bill offers the swiftest and most cost-effective means to remedy the human rights breaches and to deliver the...

Gender Recognition Bill [HL] (10 Feb 2004)

the Bishop of Worcester: ...the patronal festival of Hartlebury, with a pageant on the village green. There is present at this event, which includes the singing of hymns and the saying of prayers, someone who is known to be a transgender person and a group of people start a disturbance. As I happen to be a person who dislikes conflict—and I ask noble Lords to believe that—I conclude that it would be better to ask...


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