A joint consensus statement for Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand, published 10 March 2017.
Multiple statements have been published for Intersex Day of Remembrance, honouring elders and Herculine Barbin, including by Bonnie Hart, OII-USA and Christof Rolker.
On Intersex Awareness Day 206, the UNDP program Being LGBTI in Asia released a statement on intersex inclusion and the work of the agency.
Intersex Youth Aotearoa and Intersex Trust Aotearoa New Zealand have illustrated intersex-specific recommendations from a report on NZ by the recent UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.
Australian LGBTI youth organisation Minus18 have published words by young intersex man Alex Antaras.
The Australian Human Rights Commission states that “Intersex rights are human rights”.
Mani Mitchell, executive director of ITANZ, recalls the first gathering of intersex people, in 1996, and calls for celebration.
The Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome Support Group Australia is holding an eventing get-together in Brisbane on the evening of Intersex Awareness Day, from 6pm.
Focusing on what we share in common: boxes and identity, harmful practices, activism and pinkwashing in Australia, by Morgan Carpenter.
On 26 October, Morgan Carpenter will give a talk at the University of Technology, Sydney.
OII Australia and the AIS Support Group Australia had a stall in the Newtown Festival on Intersex Day of Solidarity.
Jenny Leong, Greens MP for Newtown in New South Wales, Australia, has introduced a motion to recognise Intersex Awareness Day in the State Parliament.