INIA is a new international research network which will train a cohort of 10 early stage researchers working collaboratively to develop knowledge that will inform policy making and practice across a range of key sectors.

To learn more about INIA, please click here. 

Intersex people’s healthcare, social and human rights issues are often overlooked. They continue to face exposure to multiple forms of human rights violations and discrimination, requiring cross-sectoral policy responses in fields including healthcare, education, and the law.

Dani Coyle is an intersex social media activist. Based in UK and Berlin.

Ray Newman is an Intersex Activist and student of engineering. Based in Oxford.

Izzy MacCallum is an artist, and an intersex student based in London.
Ki Griffin is a intersex student and actor. Based in Liverpool.

Grace Murray is an intersex veterinary student in Nottingham.
Valentino Vecchietti is an intersex activist, journalist and scholar. Based in Oxford.

Other images provided by: Morgan Carpenter, Hiker Chiu, and Ins Kromminga.

Consultancy for website: Content Valentino Vecchietti, Ins Kromminga and the INIA Advisory Board. Web design by Cool Hand Studios Huddersfield UK.


INIA Midterm Check

On May 7th, the INIA consortium met with the project officer from the European Commission for a midterm check. The goal of this meeting was to allow the European Commission…

INIA Briefing Event for University of Huddersfield staff and students

On 26 March 2020 we held a briefing event for University of Huddersfield staff and students about INIA. It provided them with a snapshot of the project and the key issues that we will be looking at, enabling them to think about ways that intersex issues might be relevant to their studies, teaching, or work.


INIA researchers have set up a facebook page for the network. You can visit it here:

INIA Partner and Beneficiary Map