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TransEdu Scotland : Researching the Experience of Trans and Gender Diverse Applicants, Students and Staff in Scotland's Colleges and Universities

Lawrence, Matson and Mckendry, Stephanie (2017) TransEdu Scotland : Researching the Experience of Trans and Gender Diverse Applicants, Students and Staff in Scotland's Colleges and Universities. [Report]

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This document provides an overview of the TransEdu Scotland empirical research project, including the main research findings and recommendations. Open - access practical tools, case studies and resources for developing policies, provision and leadership will be hosted on www.trans.ac.uk from November 2017, as part of the broader TransEDU project.