Trans Pride NI campaigns for Gender Equality in Northern Ireland, for transgender, intersex, non-binary, gender questioning and all other people.



A big thanks to everyone who talked, performed and / or attended any of the Trans Pride NI events 2019 and helped to make it such an amazing day!

Find out more about Trans Pride NI 2023 events, against Transphobia for Transgender and Gender Diverse People in Northern Ireland.

Deadline extended!

Call for Voluntary Board Members

Trans Pride NI is seeking to recruit Board members from across Northern Ireland committed to our mission

(a) To improve the lives of Trans, Non-binary and Intersex people and including all LGBT+ sexual orientations and gender identities (“LGBT+ people”) in the city of Northern Ireland (the “area of benefit”) by promoting awareness of the arts, cultural heritage, history, lives and experiences of Trans, Non-Binary and Intersex people in Belfast, and by promoting awareness and support for Trans, Non-Binary and Intersex people to all citizens of Northern Ireland to benefit LGBT+ people and enhance their place as equal citizens in the city;

(b) to increase public awareness and the education of the general public in relation to lives, issues, history, and culture affecting Trans, Non-Binary and Intersex people in Northern Ireland;

(c) to increase support for equality and diversity in Belfast and contribute to reducing discrimination against Trans, Non-Binary and Intersex people in Northern Ireland;

(d) to organise and deliver an annual Trans, Non-Binary and Intersex festival, “TRANSGENDER PRIDE FESTIVAL” and supporting events throughout the area of benefit including music, visual art, comedy, theatre, film and literature events and other associated activities;

(e) to promote and assist in the co-operation and networking between voluntary and community organisations and individuals engaged in programmes of public education designed to increase public understanding and awareness of Trans, Non-Binary and Intersex people;

(f) to advance any other exclusively charitable purpose as the directors, may from time to time, decide in accordance with Charity law. The Charity shall endeavour to operate in an open, accountable and inclusive way in all its activities;

(g) To empower and support other local Pride organisations in their efforts to plan and promote pride celebrations and to take part in national Pride organisations in the UK and Ireland as well as European and global Pride networks.

In order to ensure that the Board is representative, we are particularly interested in applications from:

People of colour and ethnic minority people

Younger (18-25) people.

Older people (60+)

People living with disabilities

LGBTQIA+ people

Applications are welcomed from people of all sexual orientations and genders.

We are particularly interested in people who have skills in:

– Leadership including operational change, strategic development, governance and people management.

– Organisational skills including finance, legal, health and safety, information technology, marketing, communications/media, commercial.

– Trans Pride NI business including public policy, community development, working with volunteers, event planning, event management, fundraising, social enterprise, facilitation/training, social media and websites.

– Community including LGBTQIA+ community work, history of the LGBTQIA+ sector and user engagement.

Commitment required: One 2 hour meeting per monthr and a possible further commitment of 2 hours per month depending on representation/participation on working groups.

Trustees can claim out-of-pocket expenses, including travel expenses.

To receive further information or arrange an informal meeting to discuss, please contact Leo Lardie on

For more information on Trans Pride NI please visit

Closing Date: 31st January 2022

Trans Pride NI runs the Trans Information Directory that lists trans-friendly businesses and organisations in Northern Ireland online. Please contact us if you would like your business or organisation to be listed.

Trans Pride NI’s number one priority is the health and safety of everyone who attends or volunteers at our events. We have therefore made the responsible decision to cancel Trans Pride NI this year, due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Nearly half of the people who attended Trans Pride NI were disabled and will therefore be greatly impacted by the UK Government’s social distancing and isolation guidelines. Trans Pride NI does not wish to put any vulnerable group at increased risk of contacting COVID-19 and will therefore not be holding a mass social gathering this year.

These are just a few of the items you can buy from our online shop on Red Bubble to support our Pride.

Trans Pride NI uses Stonewall’s definition of “Trans people” which includes and is not limited to: Transgender, Transsexual, Gender-queer (GQ), Gender-fluid, Non-binary, Gender-variant, Crossdresser, Genderless, Agender, Nongender, Third gender, Two-spirit, Bi-gender, Trans man, Trans woman,Trans masculine, Trans feminine and Neutrois.

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