ITANZ is proud to share the role of host Ropu, alongside the Tiwhanawhana Trust and RainbowYOUTH for this years ILGA World Conference, 2019!
ILGA is being held here in Te Whanganui-a-Tara.
Up to 400 people from 160 countries are attending this year's conference! Over 30 intersexy people are among this wonderful bunch.
Our visitors for the conference feature many activists and contributors to LGBTIQA+ organisations.
Over 120 scholarships were granted for the event, supporting delegates from 87 countries – over 75% of whom come from the Global South. A strong emphasis was placed on supporting people from marginalised population groups and identities - including sex workers, persons with disabilities, persons living with HIV, and more.
Wellington Airport Rainbow in support of Pride and ILGA
Find out more by clicking on the link below. Day registrations are still available!
We would love to thank Sam for their inspiring and creative art work that has helped us share and tell the intersex story. “Sam Orchard is committed to building a world where our many differences and complexities are celebrated. Sam writes comics, essays and children’s books, creates animated videos, podcasts, resources and social media campaigns […]
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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Article on BBC News on “..why an increasing number of US universities are making it easier for people to choose to be referred to by other pronouns.”