A university in Ireland has changed nearly 200 toilets to be gender neutral.
The change comes as the University College Dublin (UCD) made changes to make a “more welcoming campus,” according to the Irish Post. The university will also be adding gender-neutral toilets to their sports facilities in Belfield as part of the policy change.
Students will also be able to change their name on school paperwork without gender recognition paperwork.
“Our universities are drivers of change, promoters of equality and champions of justice,” Minister for Children and equality activist Katherine Zappone said to the Irish Times.
UCD joins Dublin City University and Dublin Institute of Technology in changing the amount of gender-neutral toilets on campus.