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25 JUN 2015
Today (Thursday 25th June), the legal gender recognition of trans young people was raised in the General Debate at the UN Human Rights Council. Co-Secretary General of ILGA-World, Helen Kennedy, spoke strongly on this issue and made recommendations that the Irish Government revise the Gender Recognition Bill to protect the human rights of trans young people.
16 JUN 2015
Tuesday 16th June, children’s rights activist Senator Jillian van Turnhout called on the Government to provide an Interim Gender Recognition Certificate for trans children under 16 who seek it and where there is parental consent.
15 JUN 2015
Friday 12th June, TENI hosted a Community Reception to honour Dr Lydia Foy and Michael Farrell from the Free Legal Advice Centres (FLAC) for their decades long work to progress trans rights.
08 JUN 2015
Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI) seeks a part-time Family Support & Education Officer to join our team. TENI works to advance the rights and equality of transgender people in Ireland. The applicant should have a holistic approach to transgender issues and be highly organised and goal and detail oriented
08 JUN 2015
Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI) seeks a part-time Training Officer to join our team. TENI works to advance the rights and equality of transgender people in Ireland. The applicant should be highly organised and goal and detail oriented.
03 JUN 2015
Today (Wednesday 3rd June), the Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection, Joan Burton, T.D. announced that, following the agreement of Cabinet, the application process under the Gender Recognition Bill will, for people aged 18 years or more, be based on the person's self-declaration by way of a statutory declaration. The Bill will also no longer contain the controversial 'forced divorce' clause.
26 MAY 2015
We are delighted to announce that TENI, in conjunction with the Dublin Trans Peer Support Group, will be hosting TRANS-FUSION, a trans pride weekend being held in Dublin from 11th to 14th June 2015.
24 MAY 2015
On Saturday 23rd May, Ireland made history by becoming the first country in the world to achieve marriage equality by popular vote.