Facilitation Skills Workshops for Young People during half-term
Interested in learning how to run a workshop?
Want to learn how to give a speech or facilitate a panel discussion?
Just want to hangout in a safe and creative space?
Between 11 and 24 years old?
Gendered Intelligence will be running three free workshops 23rd-25th October. Join us to learn more, plan a workshop or just to hang out and eat some pizza! 🍕
Our 2018 conference is coming up and we want to make sure that young people have the chance to take part by speaking about things they care about, running workshops themselves and facilitating panels. Coming to these workshops on 23th-25th of October will give you the skills you need to take part in our conference in November.
Tuesday 23rd October 6-9pm What: What is a workshop? Workshop skills
Where: Hilldrop Community Centre (N7 0JE), meet us there or at Caledonian Road Tube station at 5:45pm.
Wednesday 24th October 1-7pm & 7-9pm What: Preparing workshops for GI conference in November (1-7pm) and pizza & games (7-9pm)
Where: Starting at Ringcross Centre (N7 8RH), meet us there or at Caledonian Road Tube station at 12:45pm.
Moving to Hilldrop Community Centre in the afternoon (N7 0JE - MAP). We'll also have pizza and games there in the evening.
Thursday 25th October 10-5pm
What: Practicing workshops for the conference
Where: Hilldrop Community Centre, come there or meet us at Caledonian Road Tube station 9:45am
If you're under 18
If you're under 18, we need consent of your parent/guardian for you to take part in the workshops. Please print this form, ask your parents/guardian to sign it and bring it to the workshop.
Parents/guardians who are dropping someone off at the workshop can also fill in a consent form on the day in person.
Who can come to our youth groups?
No matter how you identify, Gendered Intelligence's trans youth groups are open to all young trans people - whether you're brand new to identifying as trans or gender variant, questioning your identity, or if you consider yourself to be post-transition or as having a trans history.
We strive to be fully inclusive of individuals who identify as non-binary, as well as male or female.
Please see specific groups for age limits.
Picnic for young trans people, family and friends
Saturday, 1st of September, Primrose Hill, 2-5.30pm
Meet at Swiss Cottage outside Hampstead Theatre, 1.30-1.45pm (Eton Avenue, Nw3 3EU - outside Swiss Cottage Underground station)
If you're late, you can find us near the Elsworthy entrance to Primrose Hill park: NW3 3DR
Our annual Summer picnic is a fantastic family occasion with games and (hopefully) plenty of sunshine!
We will provide some snacks and refreshment, but please feel free to bring your own food too. Label any food that you plan to share with other with allergy information.
New support line for patients at Nottingham Centre for Transgender Health
Gendered Intelligence launches telephone support line for trans people who use the services of NHS Nottingham Centre for Transgender Health.
Gendered Intelligence is delighted to announce the launch of a new telephone support line for trans and gender questioning people who are currently under the care of Nottingham Centre for Transgender Health (NCTH). NCTH is funding the new service to support patients who have been referred to the clinic and are at any stage in the assessment or treatment process.
The telephone support line is launching on Tuesday, 6th of February and will be open on Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays from 1pm-6pm. Call 020 7832 5813.
The waiting time after referral by a GP for a first appointment at Nottingham Centre for Transgender Health is around eighteen months. Gendered Intelligence’s new helpline will offer callers information, wellbeing advice and support to navigate their transition.
Patients can call us for: - advice on preparing for their first appointments - information about the gender care service at NCTH - support with holistic well-being - signposting to community and support organisations.
The telephone support line is a trans-led, confidential and independent service.
New Booklet: Working with Young Trans People