Michele Moore is Professor and Head of Centre for Social Justice and Global Responsibility at London South Bank University, Honorary Professor in the School of Health and Social Care at the University of Essex, UK, and Editor of the world-leading journal Disability and Society. She has worked internationally for more than 30 years, building research-led expertise to support inclusive education and communities. Her widely published work is focused on consultative participatory and human rights projects across the world to support children and families. She is currently leading UN projects to advance the global agenda for inclusion. Dr Heather Brunskell-Evans is a philosopher and social theorist, with particular expertise in the politics of medicine, the sexed body, and gender. Her current research analyses the relationship between surrogacy, pornography, prostitution and transgenderism. She is co-founder of the Women’s Human Rights Campaign (www.womensdeclaration.com). Her most recent publication is “The Medico-Legal ‘Making’ of ‘The Transgender Child’” in the Medical Law Review.