These organisations and charities are a great source for resources and information
These specialist organisations can provide you with advice and information
Contact these organisations for the most up-to-date information about supporting trans people.
Gendered Intelligence - a not-for-profit organisation working to increase understandings of gender diversity and improve the lives of trans people, especially young trans people.
They work throughout the UK, offering a broad spectrum of non-judgmental, practical services for young trans and gender questioning people and those who support them, such as mentoring, youth groups, parent support and downloadable resources.
Stonewall - Stonewall work with individuals, communities and institutions to let all lesbian, gay, bi and trans people, here and abroad, know they're not alone. Amongst a wide selection of resources and reports for further reading, they also provide an information service for LGBT+ people, a ‘What’s in my area?’ database, and coming out guides for young people.
Mermaids - support for individual young trans people with or without support from their families. Their website contains useful first-hand accounts from young people and their parents.
Gender Identity Research and Education Society (Gires) - information for trans people, their families and the professionals who care for them.
It’s Pronounced Metrosexual - a comedy show and online resource with articles, graphics and other resources which explain gender in a clear and easy-to-access way.
The Gender Trust - helping trans people and those affected by gender identity issues.
Nonbinary.org - a non-binary gender visibility advocacy network. The website contains information and resources around non-binary gender.
Trans Media Watch - a charity that aims to improve media coverage around trans issues. The website contains a useful style guide of terms used in the discussions around trans people and gender identity.
Press for Change - the UK’s leading authority on trans law.