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End of Year Showcase 2019

Gendered Intelligence is delighted to announce that our annual end of year showcase is taking place on Saturday, 7th of December at Little Angel Theatre in Islington, London.

It's a fantastic opportunity to enjoy the performance talents of the young people who are part of GI's youth groups. There will be a range of performances including dancing, music, singing and poetry. 

You can also hear about what the charity has done this year with updates from team members at GI.


Ticket are free, but we're asking parents and carers to book no more than two tickets per family - this does not include a ticket for youth group member(s). This is due to limited capacity at the venue.

Trans Inclusive Residentials - new guidance

Trans Inclusive Residentials: A Free Resource for Youth Workers, Schools and Organisations

Gendered Intelligence has released new guidance to support youth workers, community workers and staff in educational settings to run residentials that are inclusive of young trans people.

Based on 10 years’ experience of running residentials for young trans people, we want to share the key knowledge and advice developed by our youth workers over a decade.

The guidance covers a wide range of areas from changing facilities and sleeping arrangements, to outdoor activities, offsite visits, residentials abroad and how to support young people once the residential has come to an end.

This guidance is aimed at youth workers, community workers and staff in educational settings who are likely to be running residential trips.

However, it may also be a valuable resource for staff working on residential sites, parents/carers of young trans people and anyone else who is considering how to run or support a trans-inclusive residential.

You can download a PDF version of the guidance below.

Download the guidance

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