Gender Identity Conference 2018



Saturday 23 June 2018

Who do we think we are? Understanding new gender identities amongst children and young people

Trans. Non-binary. Gender-fluid. Gender-queer.

The number of words being used by children and young people to describe their gender identities increases every day. But what do these words mean for the children and young people that claim them and how should we respond? This community conference is open to anyone who wants to learn about how children and young peoples’ gender identities are changing and what this means for us as professionals, volunteers, parents/carers, friends and our families.

There will be time between speakers to ask questions, talk through what we have heard in smaller groups, share our experiences and imagine different ways of working and being with trans and gender-fluid children and young people.

Presenters and speakers

  • Natacha Kennedy: Academic, Journalist & Trans Activist
  • Krystyna Hebb: Helpline Manager & Volunteer Coordinator, Mermaids
  • Dr. Jay Stewart: CEO, Gendered Intelligence
  • Hannah Kibirige: Director of Education & Youth, Stonewall
  • Metro Centre/Bridge LGBTQ Youth Group
  • Stuart Worden, Wendy Adams & Mike Offen: Principal/Head of KS4/Deputy Head of English & Pupil Premium Lead, The BRIT School
  •  Neil Young: LGBTQ Community Advocate & Psychotherapist (trainee)

Date: Saturday June 23rd 2018     Time: 10am – 4.30pm

Venue: Braithwaite Hall, Katharine Street, Croydon CR9 1ET

Tickets: £55 (early bird by 14 April 2018) / £65 after that date. Includes sandwich buffet lunch and refreshments throughout the day. Not-for-profit event.

Available from:

Further details at Tel: 020 8680 0404