This major update to the Yogyakarta Principles on the application of human rights law in relation to sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and sex characteristics has been launched
Austalian and Aotearoa-New Zealand intersex advocates and organisations publish a joint consensus statement, 10 March 2017
This is a speech delivered at the Australian Human Rights Commission’s RightsTalk, entitled “Creating Equality – The Role of Law in Protecting SOGII Rights”, on 22 February 2017.
A submission on the Yogyakarta Principles and how they should be supplemented at the 10-year point to reflect developments in international human rights law on Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity/Expression and Sex Characteristics.
In May 2016, the journal Reproductive Health Matters kindly published my first peer-reviewed article, on the state of intersex human rights.
On 16-17 September 2015, the UN held an expert meeting on ending human rights violations against intersex persons.