Dear Scottish Government,

Review of the Gender Recognition Act 2004 : A Consultation

1/ What groups/organisations/stakeholders were consulted around the development of the consultation paper?

2/ Please provide copies of all the data which includes or makes reference to those consulted groups in relation to the development of the consultation paper.
The data should include copies of all emails, reports, evidence, assessments, letters, notes from meetings, notes from telephone calls etc
That data should include copies of all communications from those 'consulted groups' to the Scottish Government AND copies of all communications from the Scottish Government to the 'consulted groups' AND copies of all communications to and from internal Scottish Government departments.

3/ What groups/organisations/stakeholders were permitted to see any draft versions of the consultation paper prior to its publication?

4/ What groups/organisations/stakeholders suggested amendments to any draft versions of the consultation paper prior to its publication?

5/ What were those amendments?

6/ Who was responsible for citing the example case law of the ECHR ruling AP, Garcon & Nicot V France (2017) within the consultation paper?

6/ Who authorised the final version of the consultation paper?

Yours faithfully,

J Stewart

Scottish Government

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Dear J Stewart

I attach an acknowledgment of your request.

Yours sincerely

SIMON STOCKWELL

From: J Stewart <[FOI #520090 email]>
Sent: 16 September 2018 14:51
To: Central Enquiry Unit <[email address]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Review of Gender Recognition Act Consultation

Dear Scottish Government,

Review of the Gender Recognition Act 2004 : A Consultation

1/ What groups/organisations/stakeholders were consulted around the development of the consultation paper?

2/ Please provide copies of all the data which includes or makes reference to those consulted groups in relation to the development of the consultation paper.
The data should include copies of all emails, reports, evidence, assessments, letters, notes from meetings, notes from telephone calls etc That data should include copies of all communications from those 'consulted groups' to the Scottish Government AND copies of all communications from the Scottish Government to the 'consulted groups' AND copies of all communications to and from internal Scottish Government departments.

3/ What groups/organisations/stakeholders were permitted to see any draft versions of the consultation paper prior to its publication?

4/ What groups/organisations/stakeholders suggested amendments to any draft versions of the consultation paper prior to its publication?

5/ What were those amendments?

6/ Who was responsible for citing the example case law of the ECHR ruling AP, Garcon & Nicot V France (2017) within the consultation paper?

6/ Who authorised the final version of the consultation paper?

Yours faithfully,

J Stewart

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Dear Scottish Government,

Thank you for your response and the attachment.

Yours faithfully,

J Stewart

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