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COLOURS - Youth group and events for trans, gender variant and questioning young people of colour

Gendered Intelligence is relaunching its youth group for trans, gender variant and questioning young people of colour aged 13-25 as Colours.

From 17 March 2017, we’ll be running four three-hour events across the year.

Each session will be themed and might include screenings, panels, speakers and performances to create a celebratory and empowering space.

The group is still dedicated to trans young people of colour only. All workers and visitors will be trans or gender variant people of colour.

We understand trans and non-binary people of colour can experience additional barriers and stigma. Colours is designed as a safe space for young people of colour, with disabilities, with religious beliefs who are trans men, trans women, gender non-conforming or non-binary.

We explicitly welcome and invite mixed-heritage people. It's okay if you don't feel black enough, or Asian enough, we welcome all young people of colour who are unsure or questioning their gender, or just looking to meet like-minded people.

Launch Event

In the first session on 17 March 2017, the meeting will be a 'mind-mapping' session on what youth want out of this group this year with the new structure and resources

Upcoming dates

Friday 17 March

Time

5.30pm – 8.30pm

Location

Voluntary Action Islington 200a Pentonville Road London N1 9JP

Click here for more information about finding the venue.

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If there is no-one at reception on the ground floor, ring the buzzer and someone will let you in.

The building is wheelchair accessible and there is an accessible and gender neutral toilet.

If you have any questions about the group, send over an e-mail to our Trans Youth Worker, Sabah: Sabah.Choudrey@genderedintelligence.co.uk


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