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Stockport Homes speak up for trans equality

Posted 14 September 2020

Stockport Homes have joined Disney, Expedia, Microsoft, Sky join and 100 other UK employers by adding their names to a public statement to say trans rights are human rights, and highlight their support for trans colleagues, employees and customers.

Each of the participating companies will also be posting messages of solidarity with trans people across their social media platforms throughout the week commencing 24th September.

The collective of businesses from a wide range of sectors represent a growing group of leading employers who are speaking up for trans equality in the UK.

Nancy Kelley, Chief Executive, Stonewall said: ‘We’re proud of all the business leaders who today are ‘coming out’ for trans equality. All these companies are sending a powerful message to trans communities that leading businesses have their backs. Across the UK, corporate leaders are speaking up because they care about protecting and supporting their trans colleagues, customers, friends and family.

‘At a time when trans rights feel increasingly under threat, the diversity of all these businesses taking part today shows there is a wealth of support for trans people at the most senior levels of British industrial and cultural life. But we can’t be complacent. If we want to live in a world where every trans person can be themselves, each of us must use our voice to challenge transphobia and take action to create more inclusive communities.’

Find a full list of companies joining in this campaign here: https://www.transrightsarehumanrights.co.uk/

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