On 25 October 2013, the Senate of Australia’s Community Affairs Committee published a landmark report, entitled “Involuntary or coerced sterilisation of intersex people in Australia”. It contains 15 recommendations to improve the health and well-being of intersex people.
On 23 October 2013, Hida Viloria spoke at UC Davis’s LGBTQIA Pride Week, preceded by a screening of Orchids: My Intersex Adventure.
AIC (now InterACT) launched a brochure on “What we wish our doctors knew” for Intersex Awareness Day 2012, written by the youth program, InterACT Youth.
Nthabiseng Mokoena of Transgender and Intersex Africa (TIA) released a statement marking Intersex Awareness Day in October 2012.
On 29 May 2012, the Legislative Assembly (lower house) of the New South Wales State Parliament passed a motion marking IDR, proposed by Linda Burney, the first Aboriginal person elected to the State Parliament.
On Friday 28 October 2011, NYU LGBTQ Student Center held an Intersex Awareness Day event with Claudia Astorino and Tricia Madison.
Gina Wilson, president of OII Australia in 2011, marked “14 days of Intersex” between Intersex Awareness Day and Intersex Day of Remembrance in an article for the Star Observer.
NYU LGBTQ Student Center held a first annual Intersex Awareness Day event, with Tricia Madison, Claudia Astorino and Hida Viloria.
This press release was issued during the 1996 American Academy of Pediatrics’ annual convention in Boston, in response to a public protest outside the event.
Zwischengeschlecht called on the Zurich Cantonal Government in Switzerland to inquire about current medical practices, and state their position on non-consensual “cosmetic genital surgeries” on intersex children.
On 28 October, the Intersex Initiative held an Intersex Film Night, with screenings of “Hermaphrodites Speak!”, “XXXY”, “Mani’s Story” and “Born Queer: Dear Doctors”.
On 19 October, the Board and Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco formally recognised 26 October 2004 as the first annual Intersex Awareness Day.