New members

We welcome new members!

Membership in Intersex Human Rights Australia is open to intersex individuals, and non-intersex supporters, resident in Australia. Supporters can include non-intersex individuals, organisations and institutions. We also have an honorary membership category.

People born with intersex variations may become individual members. There’s no requirement to be “out” and visible, nor active. We recognise that everyone is different and our individual capacity changes over time. Members interested in a greater level of involvement and activity may wish to become part of the board.

Non-intersex people and organisations may become associate members, organisational members or corporate members.

The board of Intersex Human Rights Australia reserves the right to decline a membership application.

Important note regarding memberships: Membership of Intersex Human Rights Australia does not mean a person, organisation or institution speaks on behalf of the institution, and it should not be taken to assume that institutional membership means implies inclusivity of all intersex people or intersex issues.

Application form

Please download, print and return the application form to us. Our email and postal addresses are on the contact page.

Membership Application Form [PDF]

Fees for new memberships

Membership fees are $10 for individual intersex members, and $20 for supporting associate members. Please contact us for information on organisational and corporate membership fees.

Membership fees can be paid using PayPal, via our donation page.

Renewing membership

From July 2016, memberships will be annual, in accordance with the company constitution.

Rates for renewing members, as of July 2016, are as set out in our constitution:

Individual: $10
Associate: $25
Organisation (NGO): $50
Corporate member: $500
Honorary: nil

Membership renewal fees can be paid using PayPal, via our donation page.

More information

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