Wellington Rainbow Affiliation Towards Hope, an alliance of LGBTQI+ organisations, groups, and small business owners in Wellington, has this week penned a letter calling rainbow people in Wellington to stand together to ensure Wellington International Pride Parade (WIPP) engages in meaningful community consultation.
Please join us for the Pride Hikoi (Pride March), followed by Out in the Park rainbow community festival, Saturday 22 Feb 2020.
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.
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.
Join Gender Minorities Aotearoa's Youth Team as we celebrate Trans Awareness Week with a gala and host the Wellington launch of Counting Ourselves.
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