A program and fund that helps young trans, queer, and/or allied people create by-and-for sexual health projects and events in Quebec. Includes an application for funding and community support.
What happens when you bring gender training to a public elementary school? In Creating Gender Inclusive Schools the Peralta Elementary School in Oakland, CA demonstrates the power of an open and honest conversation about gender. The school brought in the staff of Gender Spectrum to provide training for teachers and administrators as well as an… read more »
Families In TRANSition: A Resource Guide for Parents of Trans Youth is the first comprehensive Canadian publication to address the needs of parents and families supporting their trans children. Families in TRANSition summarizes the experiences, strategies, and successes of a working group of community consultants – researchers, counsellors, parents, advocates as well as trans youth… read more »
THE GOAL OF THIS GUIDE: To present the process used by Gender Creative Kids Canada in order to create the possibility for other parents, service providers or organizations across the province to reproduce this experience in their own support groups for parents and caregivers who have a trans* or gender creative young person. Financed by the program:“Lutte contre… read more »
“We all have the right to a safe and healthy school environment. This document contains recommendations for school administration to help create welcoming and supportive schools for trans students.” Durham District School Board – Supporting Our Transgender Students
“We [The TDSB] are committed to creating learning environments where people of all gender identities, gender expressions and sexual orientations feel empowered and supported.” TDSB Guidelines for the Accommodation of Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Students and Staff Gender-Based Violence Prevention The Triangle Program
“The Board of Education (the “Board”) is committed to establishing and maintaining a safe, inclusive, equitable, and welcoming learning and working environment for all members of the school community, regardless of real or perceived sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions, which includes lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, Two-Spirit, queer, and those who are questioning (LGBTTQ+).”… read more »
**Please see their website’s events’ calendar for updated information on their programs or events (www.positivespacenetwork.ca) PSN provides programs, education, outreach and support services for LGBTQ+ identified invdividuals, children, youth, and their families and allies. If you need help with transportation, want locations of our programs, and/or have questions please text/call/email Beckham (289-208-0886 or… read more »
The Library QSA is a safe space for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Two-Spirit, Queer, Questioning and Straight teens and teens with LGBTQ families. Teen friends and allies are welcome. The Library QSA is a city-wide group open to all youths in grades 8-12 in Prince George and area. Every-other Tuesday, 7-8:30pm.
L’Observatoire des transidentités (ODT) est un site indépendant d’information, de productions de savoirs et d’analyses sur les questions trans, inter et les questions de genre. Le site et la revue “Cahiers de la transidentité” ont été fondés par M.-Y. Thomas, A. Alessandrin et K. Espineira. L’ODT s’appuie sur un réseau d’acteurs-actrices de terrain, d’associations-partenaires et… read more »