This guide is intended to help anyone working with young people to be inclusive of those who may be trans or non-binary or who are questioning their gender identity.
Young trans and non-binary people who are well supported have better mental health. Consequently, this has positive effects on life chances. It also increases attendance and attainment in education and elsewhere. The good practice points in this guide will help you to make that difference, giving young trans and gender questioning people a positive, non-judgmental space in which to grow up and be themselves.
About the Provider
Gendered Intelligence, established in 2008, is a registered charity that exists to increase understandings of gender diversity and improve trans people's quality of life.