We have made a submission in response to an invitation by the Northern Territory government to respond to proposals to amend the Anti-Discrimination Act 1992.
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Our board and staff met for a strategic planning weekend in Canberra, ACT, this last weekend, 16-17 July 2022. This was also the first time that our directors and our staff met each other in person.
IHRA has made a full and detailed submission to the ACT government in respect of the consultation draft Variations in Sex Characteristics (Restricted Medical Treatment) Bill 2022.
Our submission to an invited consultation by Alex Greenwich, NSW MP for Sydney, on a proposed omnibus bill to end discrimination and harm against LGBTI people.
This paper, by Morgan Carpenter to inform the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, outlines the contradictory ways Australian data construct intersex and DSD.
FINA, the international body governing competitive swimming has issued new regulations overnight. This statement is our response.
The Australian Capital Territory government has released a consultation draft law to protect the rights of intersex people. Aileen Kennedy, Alice de Jonge and Morgan Carpenter write about the proposal in this article republished from The Conversation.
We congratulate the ACT government for moving ahead with public consultation legislation to protect the human rights of people with innate variations of sex characteristics in medical settings.
IHRA is pleased to share our call for action by the new government. It includes calls for action to promote legislative reform, resource peer support and advocacy, reform medical codes and provide redress.
A short reflection on the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia and what it means to people with innate variations of sex characteristics in 2022.
What do the main political parties have to say about people with intersex variations and our needs and circumstances during this federal election campaign? Watch the election forum, read the transcript, and read our briefing and election survey responses.
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