Kia Ora Folks!

 

ITANZ is stepping into 2019 with a bounce! We are welcoming Georgia to Wellington permanently for a new exciting role as the Rainbow and Inclusion Adviser at Victoria University of Wellington. Georgia's relocation to Te Whanga-nui-a-Tara compliments the move at the last ITANZ AGM to appoint Georgia as Chairperson of the board. Mani is stepping into the Executive Director position. These changes recognise with great joy that we have a greater capacity of intersex folks to hold more governance roles. Speaking of which, the newest member of the board Jelly O'Shea has agreed to step into the Communications Project Manager role. She comes with a wealth of knowledge in this area and is excited to bring greater intersexy awareness to Aotearoa. 

This year we at ITANZ will be updating you regularly through our this website and our facebook page with all the amazing work that were are doing. So keep an eye out!

Aroha to all our allies and intersexy friends.

 

26 October is Intersex Awareness Day (IAD) 2017 – A statement from ITANZ & introducing a new resource for Aotearoa. Intersex Awareness Day  2017 (IAD 2017) highlights the progress of intersex led organisations in Aotearoa and around the world. On IAD 2017 the Intersex Trust of Aotearoa New Zealand (ITANZ) are proud to present our new […]

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Its been a tough week for many in our community Lots of us know about hate. In many and complicated ways. Sometimes in our families. Sometimes at school. Sometimes at church. The local gym Our communities. Bullies. Other places and people. Sometimes random strangers who attack for no other reason than they see our difference. […]

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