Kia ora e te whaanau, we hope you are all safe and sound during lockdown (level 4 alert for Covid-19). We have compiled some information to help you get through this difficult time.Though all our upcoming events, monthly socials, drop in days, and office hours are currently on hold, we are still available by email … Continue reading Trans Folks in Lockdown
Gender Minorities Aotearoa met with the UN Spacial Rapporteur who is currently conducting an independent report on Housing in New Zealand.
Gender Minorities Aotearoa is hosting SHE + THEY during Fringe Festival in Wellington. A New Zealand Premiere by the writer/performer of award-winning ""ZE."
Join us for kai and social chats with lovely people, bring yourself, whanau and friends, and some kai to share if you want to. Kai and chats go for the first two hours, and then we watch a film for the last two hours.
Our 2020 calendar 'The Moon is Trans' is out now! We have a limited number on the way, so order now to get yours in January.
So important to name specifically Transgender, as well as Rainbow people as priority groups for Mental Health and Addictions, and make sure we are on the Ministerial work plans for national and regional policies. We want to see trans led organisations training DHBs on providing appropriate mental health and addictions support for trans populations, rainbow … Continue reading Mental Health and Addictions
Gender Minorities Aotearoa co-developed and participated in this fabulous project from Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand:
Trans Past, Trans Present; The Making Trans Histories Project.
Our trans youth led gala was a huge success, with over 200 attendees, a dozen lively stalls, and a sweet chill zone. We wrapped up with the Wellington launch of Counting Ourselves, the national 2019 trans health report.
Gender Minorities Aotearoa has recently updated our information on changing the sex marker on your birth certificate.
Bring along an object that's important to you as a trans person, and let's make history together!