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14 APR 2017
Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI) is seeking a Chief Executive 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 of trans issues and a proven track record in achieving social change.
31 MAR 2017
Today (Friday March 31st) Senator Fintan Warfield announced the introduction of the Gender Recognition (Amendment) Bill 2017 to mark the International Transgender Day of Visibility. If passed, this Bill would amend the Gender Recognition Act 2015 to ensure meaningful inclusion of young trans and non-binary people.
27 MAR 2017
TRANSforming Lives 2017 – Trans Mental Health Week is an annual campaign run by Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI). This campaign is a response to the mental health struggles of the trans community.
14 MAR 2017
It is with great sadness that I must inform you that our Chief Executive Broden Giambrone is leaving TENI. Broden will officially say goodbye on the 26th of April 2017 to take up a new role. Broden came to Ireland and TENI as a young 28-year-old activist and in his time here, has developed into a distinguished, professional, and visionary leader. During his 6 years with us, Broden has been pivotal in our development, growing TENI from being volunteer lead to a highly professional, structured, and efficient organisation, looked up to by many other trans organisations throughout Europe as the benchmark.
14 MAR 2017
Did you know that trans women are 49 times more likely to acquire HIV than other adults? Yet transgender women are extremely under-represented in research. TENI recognises the importance of trans people's voices being heard on this issue and supports the research being undertaken through www.hivstigmastudy.ie.
26 FEB 2017
Prime Time, a current affairs programme on RTÉ One, aired a segment on trans young people in Ireland on 23 February 2017.
25 JAN 2017
TENI with the help of non-binary community activists are running a survey to find out more about non-binary people in Ireland, their priorities and the issues they want to see addressed most urgently.