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
Education Officer Posting and Responsibilities: Overview: TENI’s research in partnership with the National LGBT Federation and University of Dublin, along with research in partnership with the University of Limerick highlighted that trans students in education face systemic challenges to affirming policies that negatively impacts their retention and success. In all
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
Press Release Tuesday, 14th July 2020 TENI welcomes our new Chief Executive Officer On Saturday evening as part of our Gender Recognition 5 Years on programme, TENI was delighted to announce the appointment of Éirénne Carroll as our new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Éirénne will join the TENI team in
TENI, with the help of the Social Innovation Fund Ireland, is proud to introduce our Super Women – Empowering Trans Women into the Workplace project! This programme will help trans women and trans feminine people to overcome barriers that prevent them from accessing work or reaching their full potential in employment.
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.