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Identity Cards Bill (23 Jan 2006)

Baroness Anelay of St Johns: ...some of those who might be consulted. As soon as I read it again this evening, I realised that I had made the same mistake as on a previous Bill and had left out the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender group, for which I apologise. I am sure that it would have reminded me after this had appeared in Hansard even if I had not noticed tonight. The amendment simply asks the Government to...

Identity Cards Bill (30 Jan 2006)

Baroness Scotland of Asthal: ...and whether a transsexual was a transsexual if they had not gone through the operation. There are those who will not be able to go through with the operation but will still be entitled to the transgender transference, if I can put it that way. I do not want to revisit those debates. I am sure that noble Lords remember them all too well. The information on the face of the cards will, as I...

Identity Cards Bill (6 Feb 2006)

Lord Bassam of Brighton: ...circumstances in which the Secretary of State will require details of a second, current name to be held on the register. For example, in the small number of cases in which those members of the transgender community living dual gender lives will have two cards, both names will have to be recorded on the register. As noble Lords are aware, people are free to call themselves whatever they...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Civil Service: Staff Networks (8 Mar 2006)

Lord Bassam of Brighton: There are currently eight corporate Civil Service-wide staff networks: A:Gender, for transgender, transsexual and inter-sex staff; Civil Service Carers' Network; Civil Service Disability Network (CSDN); Civil Service Islamic Society (CSIS); Civil Service Race Equality Network (CSREN); Civil Service Rainbow Alliance (CSRA) for lesbian, gay, and bisexual staff; Minority Ethnic Talent...

Violence Against Women (9 Mar 2006)

Sharon Hodgson: ...is repetitive and life-threatening; it can destroy the lives of women and children. We have heard horrific examples today. Domestic violence can also take place in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender relationships and can involve other family members, including children. It is very common: research shows that it can affect one in four women in their lifetime, regardless of age, social...

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — Finance and Public Services and Communities: LGBT People (Prejudice) (16 Mar 2006)

Patrick Harvie: To ask the Scottish Executive what action it is taking to challenge any prejudice against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Scotland. (S2O-9338)

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — General Questions: Hate Crimes (27 Apr 2006)

Patrick Harvie: ...Executive whether it intends, during this parliamentary session, to introduce a statutory aggravation for offences motivated by malice or ill-will towards an individual based on sexual orientation, transgender identity or disability, as recommended by the working group on hate crime. (S2O-9655)

Scottish Parliament written answers — Discrimination: Discrimination (5 Jun 2006)

Malcolm Chisholm: ...of support. The Executive is committed to tackling homophobic prejudice and discrimination and we are establishing a Forum to help us address negative attitudes to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Scotland. As an employer, the Executive marked the day by issuing a notice to all staff, highlighting its significance and providing a link to the IDAHO website for further...

Scottish Parliament: Investigation and Prosecution of Sexual Offences (14 Jun 2006)

...consistency of approach to the reporting and investigation of these crimes. It is further recommended that, until the law is reconsidered by the Parliament, the charge of sodomy involving male or transgender victims and equivalent offences against women and children should always be prosecuted in the High Court. Some of the more significant findings of the review recognised the...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Internet Services: Internet Services (4 Jul 2006)

Patrick Harvie: To ask the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body whether the Parliament's internet filter software automatically classifies all websites with metatags relating to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues as pornography.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Romania (14 Jul 2006)

Geoff Hoon: ...rights reform. Some concerns remain, such as the treatment of Roma, conditions in mental health institutions, discrimination and intolerance experienced by members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, and the number of children in institutional care. Further details, including Global Opportunities Fund projects to assist Romania in its efforts, can be found in the...

Written Answers — Defence: Departmental Teams (24 Jul 2006)

Andrew Turner: ...the (a) function is and (b) annual cost in each of the last three years was of the departmental (i) Diversity and Work Balance Team, (ii) Ethnic Monitoring Team, (iii) Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Team, (iv) Disability Steering Committee Team and (v) Gender Panel; whether he has considered the merits of amalgamating these bodies into one unit; and what plans he has for their future.

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — General Questions: Sexual Orientation (Prejudice and Discrimination) (7 Sep 2006)

Malcolm Chisholm: ...education and local government more generally. To develop further our approach to addressing the causes of prejudice and discrimination in Scotland, we have established a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender hearts and minds agenda group. It will examine social attitudes to LGBT people in Scotland and provide the Executive with specific recommendations on how we can challenge prejudice...

Scottish Parliament: Adoption and Children (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (13 Sep 2006)

Patrick Harvie: ...made me smile when I read it. It appears to present the image of a society in which religious communities are excluded from the Executive's policy-making process while lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender organisations are free to take what the bishop calls "gay demands" right to the heart of Government. Nothing could be further from the truth. As members are well aware, this week the...

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Hate Crimes (16 Oct 2006)

Mike O'Brien: ...and other agencies on casework and operational issues; ensure consistency of aims and approach; advise on victim and witness care issues; and make links with local LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) communities. Annual conferences for the CPS area homophobic crime co-ordinators are held and good practice promulgated. Each area's performance on prosecuting cases of homophobic...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Gay Rights (18 Oct 2006)

Ian McCartney: The promotion of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights has not been raised recently at ministerial level with our European partners. However, the EU has been active on these issues in UN fora. The EU raised LGBT rights during the interactive dialogues with the High Commissioner for Human Rights and the UN Special Rapporteurs on Violence Against Women and Contemporary Racism...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Gay Rights (18 Oct 2006)

Ian McCartney: The promotion of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights has not been raised recently at ministerial level with our eastern European partners. However, the EU presented a demarche to the Russian authorities in June 2006 detailing its concerns about events surrounding the proposed gay pride parade in Moscow on 27 May 2006. The EU has also been active on these issues in UN fora....

Scottish Parliament written answers — Hate Crime: Hate Crime (23 Nov 2006)

Susan Deacon: ...act on the recommendation of its Working Group on Hate Crime to introduce a statutory aggravation for crimes motivated by malice or ill-will towards an individual based on their sexual orientation, transgender identity or disability.

Scottish Parliament: Adult Support and Protection (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (23 Nov 2006)

Robin Harper: ...subject to discrimination. That seemed to be the simplest way to get a list of groups that are subject regularly to discrimination. There are six such groups: women; the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community; minority communities on the basis of race; minority communities on the basis of religion; the elderly; and disabled people. I am absolutely convinced of the necessity for...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Russia (27 Nov 2006)

Geoff Hoon: ...our concerns about: restrictions on the activities of civil society, a lack of media freedom, restrictions on certain minority religious groups, judicial independence and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights. We continue to engage with Russia on human rights issues, critically as necessary. The report also details when FCO Ministers have raised these and other human rights issues...


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