New website, LGBT Consortium and more!

New website and branding.

The first thing we’d like to announce is our shiny new website! We’ve completely redesigned our website to allow easier access to news about what we’re doing. You can visit the new website at nonbinary.co.uk.

Along with the new website, we’ve also got a shiny new logo.

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If you read our statement, “Right to Recognition: Leaving Nobody Behind“, you may have already seen this logo, but if not, don’t worry! It’s right on the top of our new website, and you’ll start seeing it out and about on our Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr accounts very soon.

LGBT Consortium.

The Nonbinary Inclusion Project has joined LGBT Consortium, which provides us with opportunities to work and liaise with other LGBT organisations in the UK, along with access to a wide variety resources to help us to do what we do best – fight for nonbinary inclusion and recognition in the UK. Within LGBT Consortium, we’ll also be joining the Trans Organisations Network, which is a network within LGBT Consortium formed solely of trans-specific organisations, where we hope to help by representing nonbinary people and offering the nonbinary perspective to other organisations in the sector.

Other news.

  • We will be working with a new campaign, launching in a few weeks, to help ensure that the Gender Recognition Act, Equality Act and other legislation involving gender includes and protects nonbinary people. Look out for news about this coming soon!
  • We’re now able to accept donations for our work via PayPal. Should you wish to donate, you can do so here. We’ll soon also be offering the option to donate via bank transfer! The work we do costs money, so we appreciate anything you may be able to spare to help us keep doing what we’re doing!
  • This also marks the reinstatement of the Nonbinary Inclusion Project’s monthly newsletter, which you can subscribe to on our new website.

That’s it for now, but there’ll be more on all of this coming soon!

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