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News & Events

28 MAR 2018

TENI and LGBT Ireland launch Gender Identity Family Support Line

New helpline for families of trans and gender non-conforming people is launched.

27 FEB 2018



02 OCT 2017

TENI welcomes our new Chief Executive Officer

TENI welcomes our new Chief Executive Officer

29 SEP 2017

TENI Board Election & General Assembly

Please join us for TENI's General Assembly on Saturday 7th October from 3-5pm at the Chocolate Factory. We are excited to launch our annual Activity Report and tell you about the work that we do. This is also your opportunity to tell us what matters to you and what direction you think we should be going. A key part of the General Assembly is the election of new board members. This year we have three spaces to fill. Five passionate, intelligent and qualified people have applied to join TENI's Board of Directors. You can find more out about the candidates below! Any questions regarding the general assembly or the elections can be sent to Voting is now open and will close on Thursday 5th October at 7pm. If you have a valid membership you can vote at the link below:

04 SEP 2017

Call for Applications for TENI Board of Directors

TENI is seeking applications for our Board of Directors. These individuals will be elected by the General Assembly on 7th October 2017.

10 AUG 2017

TENI Trans Experiences in the Workplace survey.

Today we launch our Trans Experiences in the Workplace survey.

03 AUG 2017

Join #TeamTENI Today: 2017 Membership Closes 7th August

We've come a long way in the last 11 years, but there's still a lot to do. Without the support of our members we cannot achieve positive change for Ireland's trans community. We need your help to continue our important work in the areas of education, healthcare, employment and so much more.

11 MAY 2017

Press Release: Gender Recognition (Amendment) Bill 2017 passes Second Stage in the Seanad

Yesterday (Wednesday, 10th May) the Gender Recognition (Amendment) Bill 2017, introduced by Senator Fintan Warfield and co-signed by Senator David Norris and Senator Grace O'Sullivan, passed the second stage of the Seanad with full support of the house. Thirteen Senators from all groups represented in the Seanad took the opportunity to urge the Minister for Social Protection, Leo Varadkar, to ensure that young people and non-binary people have the opportunity to be legally recognised as their authentic selves.

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