Teenager demands that the CPS withdraw from the Stonewall ‘Diversity Champions’ Programme

Following the CPS decision to withdraw the LGBT+ Guidance the girl says she has no confidence their review can be impartial whilst they are aligned to Stonewall. Last month the CPS agreed to withdraw and review the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans+ Bullying and Hate Crime Guidance after a teenage girl sent a letter threatening legal action.  Now … Continue reading Teenager demands that the CPS withdraw from the Stonewall ‘Diversity Champions’ Programme

A detransitioner’s viewpoint | Keira Bell

This statement was written in support of SSA UK's statement on Liz Truss MP’s priorities for the Government Equalities Office, which you can read here. Keira Bell is a young woman who was referred for puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and medical transition by the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, and who is now taking … Continue reading A detransitioner’s viewpoint | Keira Bell

SSA UK statement on Liz Truss MP’s priorities for the Government Equalities Office

To write your MP about this click here. On the 22nd April Liz Truss, the minister for Women and Equalities, gave evidence to the Women and Equalities Select Committee, and set out her priorities for the Government Equalities Office. She explained how her department plans to respond to the consultation on the Gender Recognition Act, … Continue reading SSA UK statement on Liz Truss MP’s priorities for the Government Equalities Office

*Oxfordshire guidance withdrawn for review*

Following the threat of legal action, Oxfordshire County Council have decided that they will withdraw their trans toolkit and withdraw from the proposed judicial review. press release: OCC withdraws trans inclusion toolkit We're proud to have supported the teenage girl who was prepared to stand up and speak out against a document which disregarded her … Continue reading *Oxfordshire guidance withdrawn for review*

*CPS Guidance withdrawn for review*

We have learnt today that The Crown Prosecution Service have withdrawn their schools guidance for review, following a pre-action letter on behalf of a fourteen year old girl. press release: Crown prosecution service withdraws lgbt+ hate crime guidance We are proud to have supported this inspiring teenage girl in her quest for justice. Her determination … Continue reading *CPS Guidance withdrawn for review*

Proposed Legal Action against The Crown Prosecution Service

Safe Schools Alliance and Fair Cop are supporting a 14-year-old girl who is taking legal action against the ‘LGBT+ hate crime guidance’ for schools issued by the Crown Prosecution Service [CPS] in January. The teenager is seeking an application for a judicial review and is challenging the guidance on a number of grounds: It contains … Continue reading Proposed Legal Action against The Crown Prosecution Service

Application for Judicial Review of Oxfordshire’s Trans Guidance accepted

We are delighted to announce that a high court judge has looked at the case against Oxfordshire County Council (including their defence) and found that it is arguable that their Trans Inclusion Toolkit for Schools 2019 is unlawful. The case will therefore proceed to a full trial later this year. This case is of crucial … Continue reading Application for Judicial Review of Oxfordshire’s Trans Guidance accepted

Safe Schools Alliance response to Peter Tatchell interview on RT

On the 10th February Peter Tatchell was interviewed on RT News about the Judicial Review of Oxfordshire County Council's trans guidance for schools, as supported by SSAUK. You can view this interview here.We are deeply alarmed at some of the comments that he made during the course of the interview. When the presenter asked this … Continue reading Safe Schools Alliance response to Peter Tatchell interview on RT

Application for Judicial Review against Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) filed

Safe Schools Alliance UK is supporting a landmark legal case against Oxfordshire County Council on the grounds that its use of the Trans Inclusion Toolkit for Schools 2019 is seriously flawed and poses a risk to children. We are offering our support to a 13-year-old girl and her parents as she files a request for a Judicial Review … Continue reading Application for Judicial Review against Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) filed