About requests for information and services
Intersex Human Rights Australia Ltd (formerly OII Australia) is a not-for-profit organisation run by volunteers and part-time staff.
If you’re unsure who people with intersex variations are, then please consider reading our introductory guide to intersex for allies and some basic demographic data.
While we are able to provide policy guidance, including in relation to human rights and bioethics, please note that we cannot and do not provide medical advice. We are also unable to assist with migration inquiries.
If you seek assistance with your intake form, survey, academic study or research project, please read our notes on forms and research before contacting us.
Please bear in mind that we are obliged to prioritise our time to focus on our core aims and objectives, and it may take us time to respond to your inquiry. On some occasions, we are unable to respond to queries.
We warmly welcome honest and constructively critical feedback that can help us to improve our services and advocacy work.
You are welcome to contact us online, or by post or phone. Details below:
Contact us online
Please email us at email@example.com.
You can also message us via our Twitter account or our Facebook page.
Contact us by post
Please note that we have no physical office. Staff are located in the Northern Rivers of NSW/Bundjalung country, Canberra/Ngunnawal country, South East Queensland/Gubbi Gubbi country and Jinibara country, Adelaide/Kaurna country and Melbourne/Kulin nation.
Our main postal address is: Bundjalung Jagun, PO Box 92, The Channon, NSW, 2480, Australia.
Contact us by telephone
Morgan Carpenter, executive director, can be contacted on +61 (0)418 356 131 from Monday to Thursday. Please note that availability by phone can be constrained due to engagements and other commitments. Due to the high volume of spam calls that we all receive, please leave a message or, preferably, contact us by email or the inquiry form on this page.
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