Recognised around the world, the International Transgender Day of Visibility celebrates people who identify as trans and raises awareness about discrimination and inequity faced by different parts of the community.
BSUH NHS Trust launched a month-long initiative on the 1st March and through information in staff weekly bulletins, joining the city-wide pronoun badges initative and providing staff and patients with weekly online resources, covered the following areas:
- Part One – Pronouns
- Part Two – Allies
- Part Three – Supporting and Understanding
- Part Four – Welcoming workspaces
- Pronoun badges
However you choose to recognise the International Transgender Day of Visibility, we list a range of articles, publications and videos below which you can use to join the conversation about trans visibility.
Raised Without Gender – documentary on Sweden’s policy for Gender Neutral education
Transgender in the Workplace
Grammar & linguistic learning
Stonewall | Acceptance Without Exception