>>> CRC-Briefing: Referenced PDF (3.14 MB)
The aim of the briefing was to argue the case for recognising IGMs as a harmful practice and to promote the development of a holistic framework to eliminate all IGM practices. For the first goal we can claim a success so far with the Q&A on Intersex during the Committee’s 68th session initiated by the CRC chair, criticising early intersex surgeries as a “harmful practice” and urging Switzerland to discuss legislation.
The web version of the briefing (>>> PDF 3.14 MB) includes references and annotation.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- IGM: A Survivor’s Perspective
- Intersex Movement History
- Intersex is NOT THE SAME as LGBT
- What are IGM Practices?
- Variations of Sex Anatomy
- IGM 1 – “Masculinising” Surgeries
- IGM 2 – “Feminising” Surgeries
- IGM 3 – Sterilising Procedures
- Overview: Further IGM Practices
- How Common is IGM?
- Countries with Less Access to Paediatric Surgery
- IGM: Historical Overview
- IGM: Human Rights Perspectives
- Conclusion: IGM as a Harmful Practice
The call for the development of a holistic policy to eliminate all IGM practices (slide 61)
>>> Reporting live from the 68th CRC Session in Geneva, 20–21 January 2015
>>> 2015: CRC condems IGM as “Harmful Practice” and “Violence on Children”
Intersex Genital Mutilations • 17 Most Common Forms
Human Rights Violations Of Children With Variations Of Sex Anatomy
IGM – Historical Overview • What is Intersex? • How Common are IGMs?
>>> Download PDF (3.65 MB) >>> Table of Contents