Strategic Plan 2020 - 2023
We’re excited to announce the launch of our strategic plan for 2020 – 2023. To read all about our plans for the next 3 years just click on the link below!
Latest TENI News
TENI are delighted to welcome Daire Dempsey as TENI’s Education Officer. In this role they will be offering support and resources to trans students in higher level education, as well as working with staff to create more inclusive higher education experiences. Daire can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org Daire holds a Master’s
On Sunday, 14th November 2021, the Sunday Independent published a column by Eilis O’Hanlon entitled “It’s time to say no to extremists who want to let children pick their gender”. Due to the transphobic nature of this column, TENI immediately requested a right of reply. The Sunday Independent granted this right.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER About The Transgender Equality Network Ireland Transgender Equality Network Ireland Ltd. (TENI) is a not-for-profit organisation that supports the transgender community in Ireland. Ireland remains a place where it can be difficult for transgender people to lead safe, healthy and full lives. TENI is dedicated to ending
TENI is happy to begin year 2 of this program and still has room for more participation. The program itself is run in partnership with ReThink Ireland and aims at helping trans women and feminine people build professional and career skills, prepare for job interviews, career switches, and gain fuller
The Post-primary School Experiences of Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth in Ireland Report Launched
On August 25 TENI and University of Limerick Launched The Post-primary School Experiences of Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth in Ireland. Eimear McNally created these beautiful graphics of the launch in real time.
TENI and University of Limerick Research Highlights Educational Inequalities Facing Transgender Youth
Press Release Tuesday, 25th August 2020 New research by Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI) and University of Limerick (UL) has highlighted the educational inequalities transgender and gender diverse youth face in school settings. The study shows that that transgender and gender diverse youth in Ireland feel marginalised within post-primary schools, which