Multiple US LGBT organisations have affirmed intersex rights to mark Intersex Awareness Day, including GLAAD, GLMA and OutRight.
A spokesperson for the Department of State has issued a statement recognising violence through forced medical interventions.
Watch this video filmed at the European Intersex Youth Network Meeting organised by IGLYO and OII Europe in October 2017.
Watch a Facebook Live session with supermodel Hanne Gaby Odiele, and discussion about a new report on doctors’ discontent with intersex medical practices.
Kimberly Zieselman, executive director of interACT, writes about the need for informed, accessible, affirmative healthcare.
Intersex People of Color for Justice have issued a powerful statement for Intersex Awareness Day, 2017: “We are a just movement that has our vision set on attaining bodily autonomy for all.”
Intersex UK have published a statement for Intersex Awareness Day, highlighting issues of solidarity.
The European Commission has shared a statement and an interview with Pol, an intersex advocate in Bulgaria, and his partner, Monika.
The Australian Human Rights Commission has issued a statement for Intersex Awareness Day.
OII Australia has published a statement for Intersex Awareness Day, highlighting positive developments, and a journey yet to travel.
The New Zealand Human Rights Commission has published a statement for Intersex Awareness Day.
OII-USA has published a guide to easy ways to share visibility this Intersex Awareness Day.