Gender Recognition Review Report

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 key amendments to the Act …

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Are You TENI’s Next CEO?

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 applicant will possess in-depth knowledge …

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2019 Board Election

On Saturday, 19th October, we held our 2019 General Assembly. There were 8 passionate candidates and 6 seats available. We would like to welcome our new Board members and wish them well for their upcoming term. Read all about them below. Ollie Bell “My name is Ollie Bell and I am a non binary socialist …

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Healthcare Statement

Recently, a lot of attention has been focused on healthcare for trans people. Often this commentary is unhelpful, and even damaging. The media is not the appropriate space for this discussion. Every trans person has the right to essential healthcare. This is not up for debate. Trans people deserve appropriate, accessible and timely healthcare; care …

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Open Call For Artists In The Community

We are delighted to announce our partnership with A4 Sounds and Create, who, along with artistic collaborators Gender.RIP, are inviting applications from trans, non-binary, and gender non-conforming artists based in Ireland for a four-month residency award as part of We Only Want the Earth 2020. The award includes: 24-hour access to studio space at A4 Sounds A stipend and …

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Pride Month 2019

This years Pride was bigger and better than ever. We kicked off the month with Transfusion – Trans Arts Festival, took part in Dublin Pride, returning to its original route and took part in the second annual Dublin Trans Pride.