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Current Covid-impact Youth Survey

Feel free to download and distribute any of our reports

For future research/crediting purposes, please credit the respective authors listed in each report.

About Us

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Trans Youth Canada

Trans Youth Canada is a youth-led website and resource. This site will be populated over the next few months (May to July and then updated) with trans, Two-Spirit, gender diverse, and/or gender non-conforming youth-led research, resources for youth across Canda, a podcast series, artistic endeavours and creations, and frameworks of action for healthcare, schools, and social service to utilize in policy and practice. 


If you identify as trans, are between 14 and 24 years old, and live in Canada, please follow the link to take this short (15-20 minute) survey:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/V22MXBL 


If you work with young people, please follow the link to take this short (15-20)  survey:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6MHRQQC 



Current Projects

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Podcast Series

National Surveys

National Surveys

 

Several young trans, Two-Spirit, gender diverse, and/or gender non-conforming people are producing a podcast series entitled 'Restoring the Circle' that features stories and remote experiences of young trans people. Expected release: mid June 2020.

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National Surveys

National Surveys

National Surveys

 

Five young trans, Two-Spirit, gender diverse, and/or gender non-conforming people are leading two national surveys, one for trans youth to identify best practices during the COVID-19 pandemic and after for health care, schools, and social services. 


If you identify as trans, are between 14 and 24 years old, and live in Canada, please follow the link to take this short (15-20 minute) survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/V22MXBL 


If you work with young people, please follow the link to take this short (15-20) survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6MHRQQC 

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Artistic Credit

National Surveys

Artistic Credit

 

'Restoring the Circle' was offered by RJ Jones as a symbol important to their Indigenous culture and to emphasize the importance of creating systems of care that are genuinely inclusive of all young trans people. 


The artwork for the original conference was created by Fin. 


The PDFs of the reports, and website are currently being managed by Priya "Pree" Rehal.

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