Our very own Senior Project Officer, Cody Smith, presents their first webinar for IHRA and our first webinar of 2022. Cody presented a deep dive into the complexities of language in the intersex space. Recorded on Wednesday 23 February 2022.
In early 2023, Sydney will hold a human rights conference as part of Sydney World Pride. Come along to one of these two workshops on 16/17 February (date depends on timezone) and let us know how the event can reflect and respond to the interests and needs of people with intersex variations.
On 2 December, WPATH issued a call for public comment on draft chapters for the Standards of Care for the treatment of transgender and gender diverse people, seeking feedback by 16 December. It includes a chapter on intersex. This is our submission in response.
Today is Human Rights Day, marking the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. To mark this day, at the end of a big year, we want to thank the people who are working with us to ensure that the human rights of people with innate variations of sex characteristics are respected, protected and fulfilled.
An introduction to the health and well-being of people with innate variations of sex characteristics, with links to third party resources published by the Australian Human Rights Commission and clinical bodies.
Training As of October 2020, IHRA is collaborating with Intersex Peer Support Australia in delivering standardised training packages as part of the Yellow Tick program. these training packages are delivered online or face-to-face (subject to availability and public health regulations) by experienced people with lived experience: Brief introduction to Intersex people and issues: 120 minutes… Read more →
A free webinar on Intersex Day of Solidarity, recorded live on the evening of Monday 8 November. Steph Lum, Georgia Andrews and Gabrielle Niemeyer talked about
YOUth&I – an intersex youth publication with contributions from around the world.
26 October is Intersex Awareness Day, 2021! Find out more about what’s happening, images and new resources to share, and things you can do to support the work of intersex communities in Australia (and Aotearoa NZ).
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