Press

Key or significant press reports on, by, or about OII Australia, our people, and our work. Articles that received significant press attention are also included, with links to press reports.

Gina Wilson: Recent and upcoming improvements for Australian intersex people due to inclusions in Australian law reforms

Gina Wilson: Recent and upcoming improvements for Australian intersex people due to inclusions in Australian law reforms

OII Australia president Gina Wilson writes in the Star Observer about recent and coming improvements in life for intersex Australians thanks to ongoing intersex inclusiveness in Australian law reforms. Recent roundtable discussions with the Attorney-General’s Department indicate that the Government is both aware and willing to include intersex in the upcoming Anti-Discrimination Consolidation Act. For…
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Gina Wilson of OII Australia announces The 14 Days of Intersex at StarOnline

Gina Wilson of OII Australia announces The 14 Days of Intersex at StarOnline

OII Australia president, Gina Wilson, has announced The Fourteen Days of Intersex at online LGBTQI publication StarOnline. The Fourteen Days commences on 26th October and extends for a total of 14 days inclusive, coming to a close on 8th November. The Intersex Day of Awareness (IDA) opens The Fourteen Days of Intersex on October 26. The intersex fortnight closes with…
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Gina Wilson speaks on FBi Radio’s All the Best

OII Australia is often asked to take part in radio programs and other media projects. OII Australia’s Gina Wilson was recently interviewed by FBi Radio’s All the Best program about being intersex. We are always grateful to help non-intersex people understand what intersex is, how we live and what problems we may face and we…
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Intersex refugees not included in any nation’s refugee policies

Intersex refugees not included in any nation’s refugee policies

Our thoughts have recently been on the possible fate of our friends and allies in African nations where homophobic persecution is rife. Intersex people living in countries with homophobic laws and practices face the death penalty simply for being born different. In some African nations intersex newborns are known to be killed as a matter…
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