This fantastic new resource is being launched today by researcher Gloria Fraser, with co-design from Gender Minorities Aotearoa, InsideOUT, and RainbowYOUTH. The resourse will be available in te reo Maori, mandarin Chinese, and English. Head along to the launch this evening, 5.30pm till 6.30p, in room 102, Alan Mcdiarmid building, Victoria University Wellington. Download this … Continue reading Rainbow Mental Health Resource
A BDMRR working group has been established to advise the Minister on making things better under the current legislation, should the bill not pass into law.
In late June the seamstress found a new fabric supplier and set to work on the new design 2.0 - it runs slightly larger and is more like the GC2B binder than the Underworks one. It's also ok to put on overhead.
We are planning a training day for trans advocates and peer support workers in Wellington this September, who volunteer for Gender Minorities Aotearoa or are interested in getting involved. We will be hosting speakers from the Human Rights Review Tribunal and the Human Rights Commission, to discuss workplace bullying and harassment and discrimination in the … Continue reading Trans Advocates Training: workplace bullying and what can be done about it
Come meet some awesome folks, share food, have a yarn, and watch a film together! Or if you're feeling shy, just come at 6pm for the film! This will be our first event at our new gender centre in Newtown, so come check it out!
This week The Gender Centre, our Wellington transgender community drop in, is moving out of 128 Abel Smith street, and in to 130 Riddiford street in Newtown.
Come join us for potluck kai and korero by the fire at The Gender Centre! We have casual hang out and chats from 4pm
We've relocated from 128 Abel Smith street in Te Aro to 130 Riddiford street in Newtown (Wellington), and we open on June 1st 2019 at 10am.
This weekend - Saturday May 25th - we are holding a working bee at the new shop venue at 130 Riddiford street Newtown from 10am - 3pm
Any transfeminine or intersex person can get funding for facial hair removal through WINZ. They don’t have to be on welfare to get the disability allowance or child disability allowance as it’s not income tested.