The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has released Sex Files: the legal recognition of sex in documents and government records. This is our response.
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Intersex people are often asked to justify why intersex newborns should not be “normalised” – our genitals surgically made to resemble those of other people. This report, the result of a series of hearings by the San Francisco Human Rights Commission, gives some very good testimony against non-consensual genital surgery on infants, from intersex people…
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OII Australia has responded to the NSW state government Office for Women’s discussion paper on NSW Domestic and Family Violence Strategic Framework.
Our submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission in relation to its inquiry on Freedom of Religion and Belief in the 21st Century.
Recently there has been a flurry of activity on human rights in Australia: The Human Rights Commissioner has finalized his report into same sex relationships and is in the process of finalizing his Sex & Gender Diversity report. The federal government has appointed four eminent persons to conduct community consultations on Human Rights issues and report…
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