Sex Matters at the Education for Women’s Liberation conference
UCL Women’s Liberation SIG and WPUK
Saturday 4th February 9am to 10pm
Institute of Education UCL, 20 Bedford Way, London, WC1H 0AL
Come and see us at the Women’s Liberation 2023 conference!
Visit the Sex Matters stall
Pick up petition cards and postcards for Sex Matters campaigns. Meet Maya, Helen and the team. Yes, we are happy to take selfies!
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Come to our workshop on education
Sex and gender in schools: what parents can do
Join Helen Joyce, Maya Forstater and Naomi Cunningham from the Sex Matters team to talk about why parent power matters and what parents can expect when they engage with their children’s schools on issues of sex and gender, including curriculum and policies on single-sex spaces, sports and social transition.
|WPUK 2023||Sex Matters schools workshop handout|
|One-page summary||Social transition cannot be lawfully accommodated in schools|
|Slide presentation from the workshop|
|Sex and gender identity: keep your pupils safe and comply with the law – guidance for schools in England|
This revision of our May 2021 guidance, produced together with Transgender Trend, draws on the interim report of the Cass Review, recent legal cases on freedom of belief, the EHRC’s new guidance on single-sex services, and a YouGov survey of teachers.
|Sex and gender: model policy for schools|
|Sex and gender in schools: what government guidance needs to say|
Sex Matters analyses what the Department for Education’s guidance should say, and sets out ten principles against which it should be judged.
|Resources for parents|
Starting points for parents looking for support, advice and information about how to help gender-questioning, gender-distressed and trans-identifying children.
|Sex Matters updates on schools and safeguarding|
|NEW: School check||How to tell if your child’s school has been captured by gender-identity ideology|
Hear Helen’s closing plenary
4.30pm to 5.30pm
With Julie Bindel.