HSE suspends Transgender Equality Network funding for failing to produce financial accounts despite getting tens of thousands in grants from the State
The HSE has suspended Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI) funding over its failure to produce complete financial accounts.
HSE had concerns over trans group’s social media posts
The relationship between Teni, the transgender support and lobbying group, and the State’s National Gender Service (NGS), which treats people seeking medical interventions on gender, has completely broken down.
HSE ‘concern’ about advice trans service gives to users
Senior HSE managers voiced concern about the advice given to service users by the Transgender Equality Network (Teni) and said the support group’s State funding should be reviewed because of this.
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State funds restored to trans advocates
The HSE has restored funding to the advocacy group Transgender Equality Network of Ireland (Teni), whose recent accounts showed it only had enough funds to cont
Troubled trans group hides bio
A transgender advocacy group that has received more than €1 million in state grants has deleted the online biography of its long-serving chairwoman after questi
HSE stops trans group’s funds
The HSE has suspended all funding to the Transgender Equality Network of Ireland (Teni), the largest Irish lobby and support group for transgender people, after
The Transgender Equality Network Ireland admits faults in accounts
The Transgender Equality Network Ireland (Teni) has accepted it was wrong for two of its directors, including the chairwoman, to receive almost €6,000 in consul
Seanad Éireann debate - Friday, 12 Mar 2021
Nithe i dtosach suíonna - Commencement Matters Seanad Éireann debate - Friday, 12 Mar 2021
Funding allocated to support transgender, non-binary and gender non-conforming students

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