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.
On Friday 18 September 2015 Morgan moderated a side event held at the Palais des Nations, Geneva, for the 30th UN Human Rights Council with intersex human rights defenders from five continents.
A presentation on “Inclusive schools for students with intersex variations” at the National Safe Schools Symposium, 2015.
This paper is based on a presentation at The Mental Health Services conference in Perth, Australia, on 28 August 2014.