Guides to inclusive practice, to help make your service, program or project intersex-friendly.
For an introduction to workplace issues read our briefing paper.
Intersex Human Rights Australia and Intersex Peer Support Australia (AIS Support Group Australia) invite you to support the work of our organisations and realise the vision of the Darlington Statement.
A briefing on issues affecting people with innate variations of sex characteristics in education settings.
A briefing on issues affecting people with innate variations of sex characteristics in detention settings.
A briefing on issues affecting people with innate variations of sex characteristics in sport settings.
We all have a right to bodily integrity, to not be subjected to invasive or irreversible medical procedures that modify sex characteristics, unless necessary to avoid serious, urgent and irreparable harm.
The Darlington Statement is a joint consensus statement by Australian and Aotearoa/New Zealand intersex organisations and independent advocates, agreed in March 2017. It sets out the priorities and calls to action by the intersex human rights movement in our countries.
The intersex population is far more diverse than commonly understood. This page presents details based on a 2015 independent Australian sociological survey.
The sponsorship of LGBTI events by IVF businesses raises ethical issues not just about the elimination of intersex traits, but also about the nature of community and comprehension of issues relating to intersex bodily diversity.
Guidance for employers, union representatives and staff on intersex issues in the workplace.
OII Australia is proud and delighted to partner with Pride in Diversity to publish the Employers’ guide to intersex inclusion. Written by Morgan Carpenter and Dawn Hough, the guide is kindly sponsored by IBM. A world-first, the guide presents information about intersex for employers and is available as a free PDF download…
If you are writing about intersex people, our bodies, identities and human rights concerns, this page outlines why we use words the way we do.