At Manchester, we are working with activists and diverse communities to develop policy and medical recommendations to protect diverse children, young people and adults.
In an increasingly diverse world that recognises difference in sex, gender identity and sexual orientation, policymakers and medical professionals are being challenged to consider the protections that need to be in place for diverse children, young people and adults.
At The University of Manchester, our research is at the cutting edge of these challenges. Through interdisciplinary research and engagement with activists and diverse communities, our academics are developing fresh understanding of where human rights are being abused and what needs to be done to protect them.
Dr Fae Garland, Manchester academic and the activist, is working to help intersex children get a better start.