Open Letters

  • Letter to Glasgow Women’s Library

    The following joint letter was sent to Glasgow Women’s Library following their shocking decision to feature a display of transactivist placards that were used during abusive protests against women’s...

  • NHS CHI Number

    We sent the following letter to Dr Gregor Smith, the Chief Medical Officer on 2nd October. As you are aware today marks the start of Speak Up Week 2023...

  • Male on an all-women shortlist

    We have sent the following letter to the Chair of the SNP’s National Executive Committee and Humza Yousaf, the leader of the SNP. It has been brought to our...

  • Ministerial Code of Conduct complaint

    We are publishing this correspondence to place it on the record. The Scottish Government approved the Gender Recognition Reform Bill for introduction to Parliament at a Cabinet meeting on...

  • Letter to Police Scotland re assault in Aberdeen

    We sent the following letter to Iain Livingstone, Chief Constable and Emma Bond, Deputy Chief Constable at Police Scotland following their decision not to charge a transactivist who assaulted...

  • Scotland’s Women Gather 2023

    Elect Her is holding what should be a fantastic women’s event at the Scottish Parliament on 24th June to celebrate and encourage women into politics. Unfortunately, many women have...

  • Briefing: Westminster debate on the definition of “sex” in the Equality Act

    This is our Parliamentary briefing for the debate on the definition of “sex” in the Equality Act, Westminster Hall, 12th June 2023. It’s also available to view/download as a...

  • Let Women Speak in New Zealand

    For Women Scotland condemns the violence and stand in support of Kellie-Jay Keen and the women attending the event. We have joined together with other groups in the UK...

  • United Nations

    Reem Alsalem, Special Rapporteur on violence against women for the United Nations recently wrote to the UK Government to raise concerns about some aspects of the Gender Recognition Reform...

  • Letter to Labour and Conservative parties

    The following joint letter was sent to the leaders of Scottish Labour and Conservative in response to their stated intention to table amendments to the Gender Recognition Reform Bill....