Events

Come and help support the Trans Pride NI Charity, at its organisational meeting and volunteer recognition event, to celebrate Gender Diversity and Transgender People in Northern Ireland! #transprideni

No one person’s story can possibly represent the whole of the diversity in the transgender community in Northern Ireland, that’s why Trans Pride NI is asking EVERYONE who identifies as transgender, non-binary, intersex, gender questioning, or has any other gender identity to attend this meeting if they want to speak, sing a song, have a transgender friendly stall, participate in the Trans Pride NI March, or read a poem, at Trans Pride NI on 1st June 2019.

Free tea, coffee and vegan sandwiches will be provided at this event in the Robinson Room, Alan’s Causeway Cafe, 22 Donegall Road, BT12 5JN, Belfast, at 12pm on 7th April 2019. The event is free, however registration is required via Eventbrite tickets. Accessibility information will be given on https://transprideni.com/accessibility

You do not even have to be a member of a long established transgender support group, or be attending a Gender Identity Clinic to do so, as EVERYONE’S gender identity is equally valid. Let’s get Transgender, intersex and non-binary voices heard, everyone has an equally valid story to tell!

Trans Pride NI is proud to not discriminate against people on the basis of their personal choices to have or not have gender affirming medical treatment, whether they “pass” in society or not, whether they live in one gender role all the time or not, what age they are, what their gender identity is, what political or religious opinions they have, what their sexual orientation is, or any other protected characteristic.

HMRC Charities Reference Number: NI00781.

Donations page: https://www.paypal.com/gb/fundraiser/charity/2800237

The next Trans Pride NI is on 1st June 2019!

Help the Trans Pride NI Charity, Celebrate Gender Diversity and Transgender People in Northern Ireland!

Assemble at Buoy Park, Academy Street, Belfast, at 12pm. We will then be having a Trans Pride March on a circular route of: Academy Street, Donegall Street, Waring Street, North Street, Union Street, Donegall Street and back to Academy Street (Buoy Park).

There will be a Rally at Buoy Park from 12.30pm to 2pm. First Presbyterian Church on Rosemary Street, will be open for toilet (including wheelchair accessible) and water access (bring your own cups). There will be trans – friendly stalls at First Presbyterian Church’s minor hall from 2pm to 6pm. Accessibility details for First Presbyterian Church can be found at Accessibility.

Stalls are only £5 bookable in advance (proof of public liability insurance will be required).

Let’s get Transgender, intersex and non-binary voices heard, everyone has an equally valid story to tell!

If you would like to speak, read a poem, have a transgender friendly stall, participate in the Trans March, or sing a song at Trans Pride NI 2019, please Contact us.