We’re all anxious about COVID19. We know many people in our community may have some added worries so here are some trans-specific issues & myths and information to ease those worries a bit.
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UPDATE 6th April The National Gender Service (NGS) has unfortunately had to cancel their endocrine clinics in April. They will be in touch with those affected to rearrange appointments and issue prescriptions as needed. Virtual gender clinics will continue as normal. The next virtual clinic is scheduled for this Thursday, 9th April.
If you’re thinking of voting in the next election (and you should!), here’s what you need to know: Firstly, if you registered in the last 8 months, have a read of this article. If you are registering to vote for the first time you need to send an RFA2 Form along with a
TENI & BeLonG To Respond: Report on the Review of the Gender Recognition Act Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI) and BeLonG To Youth Services welcome the publication of Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection, Regina Doherty’s, Report on the Review of the Gender Recognition Act today. This report sets out some
The application Deadline has been extended to December 6th! Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI) is seeking a Chief Executive Officer to advance the rights and equality of transgender people in Ireland. TENI seeks a skilled, motivated and committed individual with an outstanding track record in leadership, advocacy, management and fundraising. The
TENI are delighted to announce the launch of Gender Identity Skills Training 2019 (GIST). Taking place in Kilkenny, the training will run for 3 full days, from 27th – 29th of November. GIST is an intensive 3-day training, provided by both national and international experts in the areas of gender
TENI is shocked to learn that over 100 patient referrals to the National Gender Service at St. Columcille’s Hospital, Loughlinstown have been misplaced. TENI has been contacted by the National Gender Service (NGS) at St. Colmcille’s Hospital, Loughlinstown. The NGS has advised us that over 100 patient referrals, which should