About gegi.ca

gegi.ca is an online knowledge mobilization hub created by Dr. Lee Airton (Faculty of Education, Queen’s University), Dr. Kyle Kirkup (Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa), and their research team. The goal of gegi.ca is to equip all Ontario students and teachers – whether transgender or cisgender – with the tools to advocate at school for the right to express and live their gender in their own way without experiencing discrimination, harassment, or violence, and without being told they have to change. Recognizing that gender expression and gender identity have been protected grounds in the Ontario Human Rights Code since 2012, gegi.ca indirectly supports schools in learning about how their structures, practices, and curricula may have to change.

This research is supported by funding from the following sources, gratefully acknowledged:

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council logo
Queens University Faculty of Education Logo
University of Ottawa Faculty of Law


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