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Morgan Carpenter


Morgan Carpenter is the president of OII Australia, a national intersex-led Public Benevolent Institution. Morgan migrated permanently to Australia in 2005 and has been active with OII Australia since 2009. Morgan works as an analyst for an IT company, with a social and economic policy research background.

Morgan wrote OII Australia’s submissions to Senate Inquiries on anti-discrimination legislation, and on the involuntary or coerced sterilisation of intersex people in Australia. He also participated in Senate hearings. He wrote OII Australia’s submission to the National Health and Medical Research Council on the ethics of genetic selection against intersex traits.

Morgan spoke as part of the first intersex side event at the UN Human Rights Council, and has been published by ABC’s The Drum, and the Guardian.

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