Auckland based family support for parents and caregivers of young people who are questioning their gender, transitioning, or exploring gender identity. Meets first Thursday evening of every month from February 2018. For more information contact the group facilitator Julie on 0277000432 or email@example.com.
New and compelling research out of Australia! Trans Pathways is the largest study ever conducted of the mental health and care pathways of trans and gender diverse young people in Australia (859 participants). It is also the first Australian study to incorporate the views of parents and guardians of trans young people […]
“Making Schools Safer for Trans and Gender Diverse Youth” is a beautiful resource from Wellington-based organisation InsideOUT, aimed at providing tools and information to schools to create safer and more inclusive environments for their trans and gender diverse students. If you are working with young people who are trans or […]
In a world that often dismisses and shames people with diverse gender identities and sexualities, takatāpui take a stand to say we are proud to be Māori. We are proud to be part of both our Māori and Rainbow whānau and we celebrate what is unique and amazing about our lives and our culture. […]
These are the results and strategic recommendations from a consultation process that the Ministry of Social Development commissioned from Ara Taiohi and the LGBTIQ youth sector in 2014-2015. LGBTIQ release Ministry of Youth- Development (Click to open PDF)
Youth’12: Fact Sheet about Transgender Young People (Click to open) This fact sheet presents selected findings on the health and wellbeing of secondary school students who identified as transgender. It is based on the Youth’12 health and wellbeing survey of 8,500 New Zealand secondary school students undertaken in 2012.
Rainbow Youth have collaborated with Curative, Core Education, and the University of Auckland to produce a new free resource for teachers, youth workers, social workers, nurses, guidance counsellors and more! For more http://insideout.ry.org.nz
21 Ways to be an Ally to Your Trans Youth Clients (Click to Open) This is a handy one page tip sheet with gems such as: “Take youth and their gender identity and expression seriously. You may be the first – or only – person in their life to do so.” […]
This is a guest blog post by Toni @ RainbowYOUTH When RainbowYOUTH began it’s journey it was 1989 and a group of gay and lesbian young people wanted to create a space and support group for LGBTIQ youth that existed outside of the Friday and Saturday night club and bar […]