OII Australia and the AIS Support Group Australia held a breakfast and panel at Australia’s federal Parliament House in Canberra on 19 October.
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.
Tony Briffa writes about going public, and becoming the world’s first openly intersex elected official.
Intersex Youth Aotearoa and RainbowYouth have published an animation based on a design by Sam Orchard.
On Friday 27 October, Mani Mitchell of Intersex Awareness New Zealand will give a talk at Wellington City libraries entitled “Dealing with Difference”.
On the night of 25 October, the Story Bridge and Victoria Bridge in Brisbane will be lit purple and yellow to celebrate the eve of Intersex Awareness Day.
On Intersex Awareness Day, UTS will be hosting a free and public lunchtime talk by Morgan Carpenter of OII Australia/Intersex Day: “progress or prevarication”.
On Intersex Awareness Day, 26 October, Cody Smith (A Gender Agenda) and Steph Lum (OII Australia) will speak at an event at Canberra Museum and Gallery Theatrette.
Intersexy films, talks and music at a fundraising event on 26 October for the AIS Support Group Australia, including a screening of ‘Orchids: My Intersex Adventure’, and music.
Intersex advocates in Queensland are holding an event on 26 October for staff of public services on Intersex Awareness Day.