The aim of Agenda 2030 is that all people should be able to live their lives to the fullest and reach their full potential. Health is an important aspect of that vision.
Many trans guys and non-binary people assigned female at birth take testosterone to change their body. This can be a problem in sports, as testosterone is a prohibited substance.
RFSL works for a policy for the inclusion of trans people in sports. RFSL already recommends that children up to 18 should be able to influence the terms for their own participation in sports.
What we call gender can be understood in several ways. Here you can learn more about what gender is and how gender identity is formed.
Knowing where to begin can be hard. Here we answer some commonly asked questions and make suggestions for a check-list that you can use in your work for inclusion.
Concerns about sharing personal information can keep trans people from participating in sports. Personal information should only be obtained with the consent of the participant or, regarding children, with the parents’ consent.
Specialist sports organisations participating in the project Sports for all bodied talk about why they want to work with trans issues.