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creating safe, inclusive, & gender-diverse environments in your sector

creating safe, inclusive, & gender-diverse environments in your sector

creating safe, inclusive, & gender-diverse environments in your sectorcreating safe, inclusive, & gender-diverse environments in your sector

About Us

QTIP CIC Ltd

We are  very proud to be a community interest company (CIC). 


Amongst other things, being a CIC means that (unlike other kinds of charitable organisations), ALL of our profits must provide demonstrable benefits to the community. 


We provide training & consultation services for public, private, & voluntary sector organisations.  We provide support services to trans individuals and their families.  


Our mission is to create safe and gender-diverse environments in work, education, leisure and in public spaces.


Our ethical code is the bedrock of our company. We strive to maintain authenticity, integrity,  & sustainability in the way we do business.


 

MEET THE TEAM

Léne Ballantyne

Léne Ballantyne

Léne Ballantyne

Photograph of QTIP's CEO

CEO  



Mike Fabb

Léne Ballantyne

Léne Ballantyne

Hello!


Company Director


Dave Roome

Léne Ballantyne

Elijah Beckford

Hello!


Company Director


Elijah Beckford

Elijah Beckford

Elijah Beckford

Hello!


Company Director


Isaac

Elijah Beckford

Isaac

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Volunteer


Sharon

Elijah Beckford

Isaac

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Come back soon for my bio. 

Jenny

Jenny

Jenny

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Come back soon for more info

queer + trans inclusion partnership

©QTIPCICLTD Inclusion

QUEER + TRANS INCLUSION PARTNERSHIP

QUEER - genderqueer


TRANS - a self-identity gender label, or a description of one's gender history.


INCLUSION -  If any service, facility, or area of life does not include trans people, it is not yet inclusive.


PARTNERSHIP - we love to work collaboratively with trans-led & trans-positive organisations that share our ethos.



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QTIP TRANS FORUM

The QT FORUM is the place to tell it like it is. There are  several ways you can interact with us:


Where can we interact?

  • Invite us to visit your group
  • Bring your group to us
  • Contact us as an individual


No time for face-to-face?

  • We can meet in person or on Skype
  • Contribute via our online survey

Trans Forum Membership

Why is QTIP necessary?

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Transgender rights: MPs demand end to institutional transphobia


They are the last group of people in our society who endure overt and unchallenged prejudice'

  

“Transgender people are today suffering the kind of discrimination that was faced by gays and lesbians decades ago,” Maria Miller, the committee’s chair, told The Independent. 

“They are the last group of people in our society who endure overt and unchallenged prejudice and we need urgent root-and-branch reform of our public services to tackle it.”


This article, by political editor Oliver Wright, was published on 14 January 2016 in the Independent. It illustrates the cornerstone of why QTIP exists, and why we are so driven.


We are still waiting for things to change in the lives of individuals.


There's a heap of things we could discuss here. Suffice to say:


  1. Non-conforming gender identity is not new. It is not a fad or a trend. These assertions and not just incorrect, they are dangerous;
  2. Transgender identities are perfectly normal, albeit much less common than cisgender identities;
  3. Trans people's rights are protected by law. Unfortunately evidence shows those laws are either poorly understood, or wilfully ignored;



There are up to date reports and statistics available to download. Check out our resources tab at the top of the page.


Our Partners

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Privacy Policy

IN A NUTSHELL: 


We collect information about you when you provide it to us: for example, when you fill out our online forms, respond to our promotions, call or text us, register our products and services or participate in our QT Forum (which could be on any medium). 


We won't share you personal information with anyone, unless you give us permission to do so, i.e. signposting you to other organisations, or as an advocate, or if we have safeguarding* concerns about your safety being compromised, we will share only the relevant information.


*SAFEGUARDING: If we know, or suspect that you are at risk of significant harm/ causing significant harm to another, or planning any such thing, we have a duty to share that information with relevant agencies.


READ THE WHOLE DOCUMENT  at the foot of the page.