Transgender Issues Work Group
The City of Minneapolis’ Transgender Issues Work Group was established in March 2014 to look at issues facing the Transgender community. The group’s goal is to examine issues, engage the broader community, and make policy recommendations for City government that will affect the lives of Transgender residents of Minneapolis.
The work group includes participants from City departments, City Council offices, the Mayor’s office, and the community. The group is taking a systematic approach to examine issues and develop policy recommendations that could be adopted by the City. Some of the areas of focus may include:
- Police Relations
Homelessness, reporting, policies, interactions with police, etc.
Opportunities, workplace culture, discrimination, benefits, etc.
Access, information, care, options, etc.
- Civic Participation
Voting, neighborhood groups, boards & commissions, public activities, etc.
- Public Spaces
Transportation, bathrooms, parks, etc.
Transgender Issues Work Group participants include representatives from:
- Mayor’s office
- City Council Offices
- City Departments:
- Human Resources
- City Attorney’s Office
- Police Department
- Civil Rights
- Community Planning and Economic Development
- OutFront Minnesota
- Work group presentation, Feb. 2014
- Work group focus group invitation, April 2014
- Transgender Community Focus Group Notes, April 2014
Last updated Jun 16, 2014