Gendered Intelligence (GI) is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company, established in 2008.
Our mission is to increase understandings of gender diversity through creative ways.
Our vision is of a world where people are no longer constrained by narrow perceptions and expectations of gender, and where diverse gender expressions are visible and valued.
We work predominantly with the trans community and those who impact on trans lives; we particularly specialise in supporting young trans people aged 11-25.
What we offer:
- A series of youth group sessions for young trans people (aged 11-25) to meet, socialise, receive information and support.
- One-on-one mentoring for trans students in education
- Support for families of young trans people online and in person
- Arts programmes and workshops themed around gender
- Training sessions for professionals in organisations, schools and youth services that work with transgender students, clients or staff.
- Resources for trans youth, their families and those who work with them.
- Events for the wider trans community and our friends to come together and fundraise for our trans youth support work.
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Trans Inclusion in Football - Partnership work with the FA
Gendered Intelligence has been commissioned by the Football Association to develop guidance around the practical inclusion of all trans people in football.
The guidance aims to support of the FA’s new “Trans People in Football” policy. The guidance will foreground the ethos of the FA – which is that football is for everyone. It will be friendly and easy to read and is for anyone who wishes to know more about trans people participating in football.
In February 2015 Gendered Intelligence worked with 17 members of the trans community through delivering two ‘trans inclusion in football’ workshops in London and Leeds. Read more.
The TransActing project explores the issue of performer training for people who identify as trans and/ or non-binary. It’s led by Dr Catherine McNamara (Director at GI and Pro-Dean (Students) and Royal Central School of Speech and Drama). Fox Fisher and Lewis Hancox of My Genderation of project partners and will be documenting the project to create a short film.
The project runs over 5 full days through the summer with sessions delivered by highly experienced performer training specialists. We also have involvement from a number television, theatre and film industry professionals. The aims of the project are to nurture the talent and commitment of emergent actors who are transgender and/ or non-binary and to facilitate a connection between those actors and, for example, casting directors.