Services we offer at Intersex Human Rights Australia, including services offered in collaboration with partners.

Celebration post for one year of Interlink services including counselling. Pie chart showing that Interlink services have been accessed by Adults 82%, Children 11%, Parents 5%, Couples 1%, Families 1% Maps of Australia and NZ showing percentage of locations accessing the services- QLD 10%, NSW 17%, ACT 14%, VIC 26%, TAS 6%, NT 2%, SA 1%, WA 20%, NZ 4%

Congratulations InterLink, it is time to celebrate!

We reflect on a remarkable first year since Bonnie Hart introduced the innovative InterLink psychosocial support service to IHRA. InterLink has evolved to offer both individual and group counselling to people with an IVSC of any age, their parents and carers from throughout Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand. In addition, InterLink helps connect people with information,…
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Intersex Awareness Day 2023 Webinar – Introducing Interlink

We are pleased to announce our Intersex Awareness Day webinar for 2023! Get your tickets by donation here. InterLink is a specialty intersex health and wellbeing service for people with innate variations of sex characteristics of any age and parents/caregivers of kids with intersex variations. InterLink offers free, short-term one-on-one counselling and group programs to clients anywhere…
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We are happy to announce that intersex-led psychosocial support is now available through InterLink.

"Intro to intersex" training on 28 September 2022

Introductory training sessions now starting monthly

We are proud to announce that we are expanding our yellow tick training offerings to make them more accessible to individuals and smaller teams. The first sessions will run on 28 and 29 September

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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…
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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), University of Lincoln (2019), and…
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Peer and family support

Peer support is available for people with intersex variations (also known as ‘differences of sex development’) and our families and carers. Find out how to access support here.


Our services

Intersex Human Rights Australia (IHRA) can provide a range of services to individuals, organisations, institutions and community groups. Together with Intersex Peer Support Australia we deliver Yellow Tick training around Australia.

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