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Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI) supports, educates and advocates for the rights of trans people and their families.
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Lainey Doyle 14h
For those in Dublin: there’s a vigil at 4pm in St Stephen’s Green. Also, the Dublin Unitarian Church on St Stephen’s Green will read out the names of the victims of the Troubles from noon to 3pm, as they do annually on Good Friday. Heartbreakingly, this now includes .
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TENI 14h
We are shocked and saddened to hear about the callous murder of journalist and LGBT activist Lyra McKee. Our thoughts are with her family, her friends and her community.
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Ellen Murray ♿🏳️‍🌈 16h
I'm going for a drive up the mountain. and I did this a lot together when we were struggling. There's just no words.
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Youth Work Ireland Apr 18
We are thrilled to launch 2 brand new resources to raise awareness of issues faced by young trans people living in rural Ireland, fine out more @ 🌈📣
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Glitter HOLE Apr 18
Really excited to take part in this event on artistic censorship in on 30th April. In conversation with
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Gay Community News Apr 17
It will help those who work with young people to be the best they can be and aims to make Ireland more trans-inclusive.
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Stephen O'Hare Apr 17
Delighted to attend a timely briefing by our siblings from the campaign at the AV room in Leinster House. Thanks to Senator for the invitation. It's past time for marriage equality to reach every corner of this isalnd.
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TCD Gender Equality Apr 17
Delighted to be involved in this event w/ organised by Faculty of Health Sciences - "How to be a Transgender Ally" 7th May, 6.30pm. Hope you can make it! All welcome but register here:
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Vanessa Lacey Apr 16
Replying to @joz_mo @wpath and 3 others
Thanks a million we at really appreciate support and we look forward to working closely with the board and other countries in the coming years to achieve best practice healthcare for trans people and their families
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Joz Motmans Apr 13
The board is with you! Great presentation about the Irish situation - thanks!
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TENI Apr 16
Replying to @cnlester
Musician, activist & author, , whose book 'Trans Like Me' we highly recommend, will be speaking. Gordon, our Operations Manager, will also share his thoughts & advice on allyship. This event is free & open to all, but you need to register here:
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TENI Apr 16
On 7th May 's Faculty of Health Science is hosting an event called 'How to be a Transgender Ally'. The aim of this event is to shine a spotlight on how best to support trans colleagues & students in a university setting.
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Vanessa Lacey Apr 13
Thanks so much Niall, it was such an honour
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Catherine Cross Apr 13
So very proud of our own Vanessa Lacey, presenting at EPATH this morning,
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AOTI Apr 12
Two years in the making, we are pleased to launch the AOTI LGBT+ Awareness and Good Practice Guidelines for OTs today. Special thanks to and GLEN for their assistance with this publication. +  
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Vanessa Lacey Apr 12
Just some of the Irish healthcare professionals at with ex President and board member . I believe that this will be a defining moment in Irish trans healthcare
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TENI Apr 12
Replying to @TENI_Tweets
We need trans people to take part in a video which will be part of ‘Call It Out’. The roles are non speaking, but are featured roles. Castings will be held in Temple Bar this Sun. (14th Apr) with director Kate Dolan. To apply email producer Karen Twomey at karenctwomey@gmail.com
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TENI Apr 12
‘Call It Out’ is a new civil society campaign to highlight and address the harm caused by homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in Ireland, due to be launched in May. It is funded by the European Commission and run by the University of Limerick and TENI.
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TENI Apr 12
Delighted to attend Study Day and the launch of its new publication *LGBT+ Awareness and Good Practice Guidelines for Occupational Therapists* published with support from and . Very useful resource for practicing Occupational Therapists.
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TENI Apr 12
Replying to @ffitzpat
Hi . The next meeting is on next Wednesday 17 April. See details of Peer Support Groups here.
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