The Moscow Statement was created on February 29, 2020 during an intersex community meeting in Moscow, which was attended by 15 intersex people from different cities and regions of Russia, including Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Chita, Chelyabinsk, Kursk, Tomsk, Ufa, Krasnoyarsk, Arkhangelsk, Ivanovo and Snezhinsk.
Intersex persons and those with genetic variations of sex characteristics meeting from March 1 to 3, 2018, in San José de Costa Rica during the First Latin American Regional Conference of Intersex Persons celebrate, in this our first gathering, the plurality of our bodies and the diversity of our voices.
Between the 8th and 11th February 2018, the First Asian Intersex Forum took place in Bangkok, Thailand. The Forum brought together 14 intersex people representing intersex organisations and communities from Hong Kong (China), India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
Between the 24th and 26th November 2017, the First African Intersex Meeting took place in Johannesburg, South Africa. This meeting brought together 22 intersex people representing intersex organisations from 7 African countries.
On the 30th – 31st of March 2017 in Vienna the first OII Europe community event took place. During the event 28 Intersex people from 16 Council of Europe member states came together to share their experiences, and their objectives and strategies for the full implementation of human rights, bodily integrity, self determination and societal acceptance of intersex people within Europe.
This is a joint consensus statement by Australian and Aotearoa/New Zealand intersex organisations and independent advocates, in March 2017. It sets out the priorities and calls by the intersex human rights movement in these countries.
On Wednesday, the 8th of October 2014 the European Intersex Meeting took place in Riga. The goal of the meeting was to identify objectives and strategies to advocate for the full implementation of human rights and bodily integrity and self-determination for intersex individuals in Europe on the grounds of the Demands of the Malta Statement, formulated at the 3rd International Intersex Forum 2013.
Between 29 November and 1 December 2013, the Third International Intersex Forum took place in Valletta, Malta. This event brought together 34 activists representing 30 intersex organisations from all continents. The Public Statement by the Third International Intersex Forum is also know as the Malta Declaration.