The UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights has published an essential new background note on human rights violations against intersex people.
Statement of the first Latin American and Caribbean conference of intersex persons, 2018, in San José, Costa Rica.
How should we continue as a project, in the context of the increasing size of the intersex movement, and a rapidly increasing number of human rights actions?
Irene of Intersex Russia says: sometimes people ask me, do I regret that I was born intersex? And the answer is no, I don’t regret the fact that I was born intersex!
Statement of the First African Intersex Meeting, that took place between 24 and 26 November 2017 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Newly relaunched, Intersex South Africa has published a video with Iranti to mark Intersex Day of Solidarity.
Betsy Driver was elected to the borough of Flemington, New Jersey, on 7 November, becoming the second openly intersex person elected to public office.
Following a German court judgment, OII Europe, OII Germany, TGEU and German Trans Association call for a third gender option for all, regardless of sex characteristics.
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 4 November, Iranti, SIPD Uganda, Human Rights Watch and the University of Pretoria Centre for Human Rights are holding a side event at the 61st session of the ACHPR.