Our Campaigns

The Nonbinary Inclusion Project undertakes a number of campaigns to further the recognition and protection of noninary people in law, striving to ensure that we are included and recognised as equals.

Campaigns we are working on include:

  • Our general campaign towards fighting for nonbinary inclusion in organisations throughout the country.
  • Our UCAS Campaign, which is fighting to ensure that UCAS were being inclusive in their education-related forms, paperwork and records.
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We have also worked on a number of campaigns in the past, which include:

  • Non-binary Election Campaign, which requested pledges from policitical candidates in the last election to support nonbinary rights and inclusion. The campaign received 809 pledges from candidates representing 42 different political parties.
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    • This included an undertaking to acquire information relating to how different major policitical parties would strive to support nonbinary people, and to encourage them to ensure we were included.
  • NHS Consultation on draft service specification and commissioning policy, which allowed people to give feedback on how gender identity services within the NHS are operated.
  • We have attended the NHS England Trans and Non-binary Workshops (often referred to as ‘#NHSGenderID’) to ensure that nonbinary people are adequately represented in the discussions NHS England is having with the trans and nonbinary communities.
  • We helped people to feed back to the Transgender Equality Inquiry, an inquiry into the equality of trans and nonbinary people in all aspects of government. Following the inquiry report, we released a statement, “Right to Recognition: Leaving Nobody Behind”, discussing what we feel needs to happen.

For updates on our campaigns, please see our Campaign News page.

Much of our work for nonbinary equality and inclusion in law (such as the Gender Recognition Act and Equality Act) and healthcare has been handed over to our counterpart organisation, Specific Detriment.