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Trans Day of Visibility 2023

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Trans Day of Visibility is celebrated each year on the 31st of March to celebrate the lives and achievement of trans and non-binary people. It's also a time to raise awareness of the discrimination trans and non-binary people face and an opportunity to work towards equality and gender justice.

This year we're partnering with Moray Women's Aid, the Moray Violence Against Women and Girl's Partnership and the Police Scotland North East division to let trans and non-binary people in Moray know that you are not alone.

We are here for you.

Anyone can experience gender-based violence, no matter your gender or the gender of the perpetrator. Perpetrators of abuse look for ways to isolate and control their victims, and to exploit their victims’ vulnerabilities. The person who abused you may have used myths and prejudices about gender identity and expression against you. You are not to blame for abuse you have experienced. The person who harmed you is responsible.

We understand that you may have fears and concerns about accessing support. Our services are confidential and inclusive of all gender identities. We will listen to you, believe you and treat you with respect.

If you identify as trans or non-binary and have been affected by gender-based violence, you are not alone. You can contact us for support by phone, email or on our websites: contact us info for moray women's aid, moray rape crisis & the police

Moray Women's Aid

  • Phone: 01343 548549
  • Email:

Moray Rape Crisis

  • Phone: 01343 550 407
  • Email:
  • Website:

Police Scotland (North East Division)

  • Phone: 999 (emergency number)
  • Phone: 101 (non-emergency number)
  • Website: (online form can be completed anonymously)

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