Statement of the first Latin American and Caribbean conference of intersex persons, 2018, in San José, Costa Rica.
Hana Aoi writes on the experience of living and being intersex in Mexico: from being the subject of medical interventions, to creating change.
On 7 November 7, an event “Intersex visibility, problems and opportunities in Mexico” will be held by the National Council to Prevent Discrimination (CONAPRED).
Intersex projects in Mexico will hold a second forum on intersex visibility on Intersex Day of Solidarity at the offices of the Human Rights Commission of the Federal District (Mexico City).
On the occasion of Intersex Awareness Day, several jurists have issued a manifesto against intersex genital mutilation.
On Intersex Awareness Day, 26 October, a Conversation Wheel will take place at IFCS (Instituto de Filosofia e Ciências Sociais) in Rio de Janeiro.
Ale describes his journey from Santiago de Chile to an appearance before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Washington D.C.
Members of the Mexican intersex community have published a free information flyer to celebrate Intersex Awareness Day.
On 8 November, the Human Rights Commission of the Federal District of Mexico City (CDHDF) called for authorities to defend the rights of intersex people.
The Interface Project has published a new video with Natasha Jiménez Mata from Costa Rica, director of Mulabi and ILGA Intersex Secretariat.
Six people linked to the group Visibilidade Intersexo in Brazil have been interviewed by NLucon.
Dalea of Girl Comet talks about intersex and living with androgen insensitivity syndrome. This video is in Spanish.