TENI updates

Join TENI now

Have your say!

Latest TENI News


TENI Welcomes New Community Engagement Officer.

TENI is delighted to announce that we have hired Saoirse Mackin as our new Community Engagement Officer. Saoirse will join us starting October 23rd. She has extensive experience in training and community organising. She is a co-founder of Trans+ Pride Cork, which held it’s third event this summer. She was

Read More
TENI Updates

Venue & Time for TENI’s Next General Assembly 2023

TENI’s Annual General Assembly will be held in TENI HQ at 10 Ellis Quay, Dublin 7 on 29th July 2023 from 2pm to 4pm. The General Assembly is an annual meeting of our members. It gives us an important opportunity as an organisation to reflect onthe work over the past

Read More

TENI is hiring a Community Engagement Officer

TENI seeks a Community Engagement Officer to join our team. TENI works to advance the rights and equality of trans people in Ireland. The Community Engagement Officer will support the trans community nationally. They will work with the community to identify and develop a range of support programmes for trans

Read More
TENI Updates

Call for Applications to Join Our Board of Directors

We are delighted to be able to announce that our next Annual General Meeting will be taking place on Saturday 29th of July 2023. Further details and the venue will be published shortly. In preparation for the meeting, we are now seeking nominations for individuals to be elected to join

Read More

TENI Welcomes New Operations Manager

TENI are delighted to announce the appointment of Aisling Dolan as our new Operations Manager. Aisling will be joining us on the 6th June 2023 after a successful career across a variety of leadership roles within the private sector. Aisling is an experience campaigner and advocate for equality having previously

Read More

Key Resources

Support Information

Find out what supports are available now with TENI.

Healthcare Information

Find out about the kind of healthcare resources that are accessible to you.

Person Reading Book

Gender Recognition

Find out about the continuing fight for gender recognition in Ireland.

Subscribe to our newsletter!

Keep up to date with all our latest news, events and opportunities to get involved.