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NSW election issues, 2019

….d. Equal Opportunity Act 2010 No. 16 of 2010. [13] Karkazis, Katrina, and Morgan Carpenter. 2018. ‘Impossible “Choices”: The Inherent Harms of Regulating Women’s Testosterone in Sport’. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, August. [14] Jones, Tiffany. 2016. ‘The Needs of Students with Intersex Variations’. Sex Education16 (6): 602–18. [15] Schneuer, Francisco J, J…

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Statement on the Senate report ‘Involuntary or coerced sterilisation of intersex people in Australia’

…ividual cases. Guidelines, advisory committees and community participation Morgan Carpenter, President of OII Australia, says: We welcome legal scrutiny that is guided by human rights based frameworks and guidelines, protecting both the rights of the child and the future adult. It is essential that future court involvement be shaped by human rights considerations, informed by national guidelines, with the participation of the child, family, and su…

Respons to the paper "Health and wellbeing of people with intersex variations"

Response to the Victorian paper on the health and wellbeing of people with intersex variations

…tion Intersex International Australia, Eve Black, Kylie Bond, Tony Briffa, Morgan Carpenter, et al. 2017. ‘Darlington Statement’. Briffa, Tony. 2004. ‘Intersex Surgery Disregards Children’s Human Rights’. Nature 428 (6984): 695. doi:10.1038/428695a. Carpenter, Morgan. 2018. ‘The “Normalisation” of Intersex Bodies and “Othering” of Intersex Identities’. In The Legal Status of Intersex Persons, edited by Jens Sch…

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Researching intersex populations

…Intersex and DSD in Australian Data’. University of Huddersfield. Deutsch, Madeline B, Jamison Green, JoAnne Keatley, Gal Mayer, Jennifer Hastings, Alexandra M Hall, Madeline B Deutsch, et al. 2013. ‘Electronic Medical Records and the Transgender Patient: Recommendations from the World Professional Association for Transgender Health EMR Working Group’. Journal of the American Medical Info…

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Intersex advocacy at the UN 26th Human Rights Council

…rlands, Clement Voule of International Service for Human Rights (ISHR) and Morgan Carpenter of OII Australia. Speakers discussed progress and challenges at regional levels, and underscored the need for leadership by the Human Rights Council. For Morgan, the event was also an opportunity to educate about intersex issues. Interest in the issues raised was strong. NGO side event on the criminalisation of sexuality and reproduction On Thursday 12 June…

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Intersex people and intersectionality

…zation of LGBT People in the United States. Queer Action/Queer Ideas. Boston: Beacon Press. Reis, Elizabeth. 2012. Bodies in Doubt: An American History of Intersex. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Some of these themes were the subject of a presentation by Morgan Carpenter to TheMHS Conference in Perth in August 2014. Give feedback on this page Was this page helpful? Click on a star to give a rating Submit rating We are sorry that this p…

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AHRC: Ensure health and bodily integrity for people with intersex variations

…t to be able to make fully informed decisions about their own healthcare.” Morgan Carpenter, Tony Briffa and Anna Brown were all members of the expert reference group for this inquiry by the Australian Human Rights Commission. Morgan Carpenter is a signatory of the Yogyakarta Principles plus 10. For media inquiries, contact Matthew Phillips on 0408 541 717 or or Morgan Carpenter on 0418 356 131 or morgan.carpenter@ih…

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Media and style guide

…ors?, an article in the December 2018 issue of the RANZCOG O&G Magazine by Morgan Carpenter We typically describe forced, involuntary, unnecessary and non-consensual gonadal and cosmetic genital surgeries on infants, children and adolescents as just that. We occasionally also use the term “Genital Mutilation”, as it corresponds to the widely used term “Female Genital Mutilation”, but we generally try to refrain from the use of triggering language….

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Board changes at OII Australia

…April 2015. Tony speaks nationally and internationally on intersex issues. Morgan Carpenter Morgan Carpenter was elected to the role of president in 2013. Morgan migrated permanently to Australia in 2005. A founding director of OII Australia, Morgan was diagnosed late, with a complex surgical history. Morgan wrote our submissions to Senate Inquiries on anti-discrimination legislation, and involuntary or coerced sterilisation, and also participated…

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Review of government, community and related resources in Victoria

…population. These illustrate a contradiction discussed in a book chapter (Carpenter 2018a) and peer-reviewed article (Carpenter 2018b), that different language is associated with radically different values, beliefs and ideas about the nature of the subject population. In particular, people with intersex variations are simultaneously depicted as disordered female and males, and in need of “fixing”, while at the same time are depicted as an other s…

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Submission to the Australian Bureau of Statistics on proposed sex and gender identity standards

…sex Rights and Freedoms.” Court Of Conscience, no. 9 (2015): 27–33. [4] See for example Martínez-Patiño, Maria José. “Personal Account A Woman Tried and Tested.” The Lancet, December 2005, 366–538; Carpenter, Morgan, and Organisation Intersex International Australia. “Submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission: Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Intersex Rights Snapshot Report.” S…

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UN Human Rights Council: resolution, statement and side event, “The time has come”

…September 2014. Organisation Intersex International Australia (July 2014) Morgan Carpenter at LGBTI Human Rights in the Commonwealth conference, accessed 16 September 2014. The text was reviewed by the board of OII Australia, and also by Mauro Cabral and Dan Christian Ghattas. The final text is the responsibility of Morgan Carpenter. Side event: “The time has come” Morgan Carpenter