2015 has been a year of great successes for intersex activists in Europe and beyond. But of course, much more is needed to achieve real change and have an impact on the life of intersex people in Europe.
Huffington Post interview with OII Europe’s Co-Chair Miriam van der Have and OII Australia’s President Morgan Carpenter
https://oiieurope.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Trans-Gender-Variant-and-Intersex-Students-in-Schools-Policy-3.pdf The policy is based on the following values: Inclusivity refers to the understanding of and responding to the di [Continue Reading]
For intersex people and their concerns, 2015 was a very important year because it saw intersex issues being thrust more and more into the spotlight of European and international policy making.
presented by the Intersex Youth Advocacy Group based in the United States
Footage from the side event on the human rights of intersex people, organised during the 30th session of the UN Human Rights Council…
On the 25th of September, 2015 in Berlin OII Europe takes the important step of officially registering as an non-profit NGO.
The European Parliament Intergroup on LGBTI Rights organised a discussion with Nils Muižnieks, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights [Continue Reading]
By making sex assignment treatment and/or surgical intervention on the sex characteristics of a minor unlawful, until the person can [Continue Reading]