Facts and Figures


We find these websites useful and informative. 

  • OII Europe [Organisation International Intersex Europe]



  • ILGA [International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Associaton]



  • Human Rights Watch serve as a 'watchdog' on many issues relating to human rights.  They regularly post material about how the rights of intersex people are regularly violated and the efforts intersex people worldwide have engage in to fight for their basic human rights such as those featured in this article Transgender, Third Gender, No Gender: Part 1 and Part 2


  • The Yogyakarta Principles were developed in 2006 with the intention to serve as a "set of international principles relating to sexual orientation and gender identity".  These principles were supplemented in 2010 to become YP+10.  

"The YP plus 10 document emerged from the intersection of the developments in international human rights law with the emerging understanding of violations suffered by persons on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity and the recognition of the distinct and intersectional grounds of gender expression and sex characteristics." Source: https://yogyakartaprinciples.org/ 


  • Morgan Carpenter is an internationally renowned intersex advocate and lives in Australia.  He is a keynote speaker at our upcoming conference.  His website is a great repository of fabulous resources - peer-reviewed articles, a podcast, news and much more.  Click here to to his website.


  • The European Parents' Association (EPA) gives "parents a powerful voice in the development of education policies and decisions at European level." They have collaborated to produce Supporting Your Intersex Child - A Parents' Toolkit available to download here