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Closed for the Holidays

It’s been a year filled with challenges both for TENI and for the Irish trans community, so this holiday season is a great opportunity to try to restore our mental and physical strength. Most of us at TENI will be taking days off toward the end of December and our

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TENI’s Community Festive Event

Join us for TENI’s Community Festive Event!All are welcome to join the team for a fun afternoon of festive music and refreshments! Where: TENI Community Space, 10 Ellis Quay, Dublin 7 (D07 DDN0)When: Thursday, December 15th. 2 pm to 4:30 pm.We’re really looking forward to seeing you!

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TENI met with Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly TD

TENI are happy to inform the community that this week, we have met with Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly TD.During this meeting, we discussed the provisions of gender affirming healthcare in Ireland for adults and for children and adolescents. We also discussed Ireland’s last place ranking in the TGEU Health

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327 trans people reported murdered – one in Northern Ireland

On occasion of the International Trans Day of Remembrance (TDoR), TGEU has released the 2022 update of Trans Murder Monitoring (TMM). The year 2022 saw 327 reported murders of trans and gender-diverse people between 1 October 2021 and 30 September 2022. With 222 cases, Latin America and the Caribbean remains

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TENI Annual Donation Drive 2022

We’ve seen great strides for equality in Ireland however, we know that trans people still face huge challenges in school, at work, in accessing healthcare, and in living our daily lives. We want trans people to thrive. At TENI supporting our community is the most important for us and we

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