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Ethics policy

This policy draws together legal, ethical, probity and behaviour principles applicable in the governance of Intersex Human Rights Australia (“IHRA”).

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Advertising policy

This document sets out our policy on advertising on websites that we own or control.

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Privacy policy

The purpose of this policy is to ensure that Intersex Human Rights Australia protects the privacy of all personal information collected and recognises the importance of treating personal information confidentially.

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Healthcare pathways

These health and wellbeing resources work together to visually map established healthcare needs and highlight potential gaps in services.

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Inclusive practice

Guides to inclusive practice, to help make your service, program or project intersex-friendly.

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Intersex studies email list

Join the intersex studies mailing list on this page Already a member? access the group here We announce a new interdisciplinary intersex studies email list. In recent years, intersex studies has begun to develop as an interdisciplinary field, with conferences at the University of Surrey (2016), University of Bologna (2018) and University of Lincoln (2019)….
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New resources for kids, youth and parents

Our friends at Reach Out Australia and Kids Helpline are updating their resources for intersex youth and parents of intersex youth. We have assisted in the creation of these resources and we strongly commend them.

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You Can’t Ask That

Episode 3 of the new season of ABC’s You Can’t Ask That focuses on intersex people. Watch it in iView now.

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Submission to the NT 2018 inquiry on birth registration

In November 2018, we made a brief submission to the Social Policy Scrutiny Committee, Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory regarding reform of birth registration. Our submission was made in line with the Darlington Statement 2017, a community consensus statement by intersex advocates and organisations in Australia and Aotearoa/NZ. Morgan Carpenter was kindly called to…
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