Transgender Network Switzerland awarded 20,000 francs by city in appreciation of service

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The Equality Prize of the City of Zurich will be awarded this year to Transgender Network Switzerland , announced Wednesday the city council. The award, in the form of a check for 20,000 francs, in particular appreciates the work of the legal department of the national association, free and run by volunteers. The price of the tie will be presented at a ceremony on November 17.
“We advise people individually, but we also seek dialogue with the authorities to clarify certain situations and find an acceptable solution for all parties, and to avoid the same problems in future,” says Alecs Recher, lawyer, in a statement. TGNs welcomes a distinction that “contributes to enhancing the visibility of trans people and gender diversity.” TGNs was founded in 2010 in Zurich. It currently has 150 members. (Bing translate) Original story 360

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