IHRA has made a submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission review of the family law system. The submission is endorsed by the AIS Support Group Australia, Disabled People’s Organisations of Australia, National LGBTI Health Alliance, and People with Disability Australia.
OII Australia editorials, policy statements and submissions.
Following the second Australian-Aotearoa/NZ intersex advocacy retreat, we invite you and your organisations to affirm the Darlington Statement in support of intersex human rights.
In the middle of this year, digital personal health records will change from an opt-in scheme to an out-out scheme. This means that, at some point, you or your doctor will activate a digital health record for you unless you choose to opt out. At the moment, only around 20% of Australian have digital health…
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Intersex Human Rights Australia (IHRA) is keen to receive expressions of interest from people interested in joining the board of the institution. Deadline: 15 April 2018.
At a Special General Meeting on 4 March 2018, members approved a change in name to “Intersex Human Rights Australia” (IHRA) from OII Australia. This name change more closely represents our work, promoting human rights and particularly protection of bodily autonomy and freedom from torture and ill-treatment, and providing education and information.
We commend the Full Court of the Family Court in deciding to permit a competent transgender adolescent to make their own informed decision about stage 2 hormone treatment, in consultation with clinicians and their parents. We hope that Kelvin is also well connected with his peers. As the Australian Human Rights Commission has noted, this…
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