Conferences and Events
There are diverse events and gatherings worldwide for, and about, trans and gender diverse individuals. These include LGBT youth camps, academic conferences, community gatherings, medical and mental health trainings, religious events, ally symposiums, and events that cross over between multiple communities. They are large and small, and different events will be of interest to different people.
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This LGBT activism conference has videos of its keynote, and other resources from the event, online for those who could not attend. https://www.creatingchange.org/
Includes workshops, presentations, gender presentation training, special events, and couples support. http://www.fantasiafair.org/
Includes workshops, seminars, events, keynotes, a family track, teen programming, and professional training. http://www.genderodyssey.org/
Includes workshops, seminars, a professional’s symposium, and youth programming. https://www.genderspectrum.org/quick-links/events/
This medical professional’s event has all of its plenary presentations online for those who could not attend http://transhealth.ucsf.edu/summit
Includes workshops, seminars, events, keynotes, a family track, and medical professional training. https://www.mazzonicenter.org/trans-health
Includes workshops, seminars, special events for different age groups, vendor’s market, and adult social excursions. a href="http://southerncomfortconference.org/">http://southerncomfortconference.org/
Includes workshops and skills training for community members and professionals on diverse topics affecting trans and gender expansive individuals. http://transgenderlawcenter.org/events/leadershipsummit
This conference is appropriate for community members and allies, as well as legal and health professionals. http://www.transadvocacy.org/transgender-lives-conference
Conference for professionals working with transgender and gender nonconforming individuals. http://www.wpath.org/