For women and gender diverse people, it can be hard to know what to do when it comes to vaccines. There’s a lot of information out there. What we do know is that getting vaccinated is our best way out of this crisis for working women, mothers, gender diverse people and girls.
As the result of 12 months of work by multilingual health educators, employed by the WOMHEn project (funded by Jobs Victoria), we were able to undertake over 70 interviews with migrant and refugee women to understand the impact of COVID-19 on their lives. The experiences shared in these interviews follow a key theme: migrant and refugee women felt left behind in pandemic response and support.
Victorian women have been hardest hit by the Covid19 pandemic. But Government investment in strategies to help women has lagged behind other economic stimulus and support.
Online harassment can be devastating for women, particularly because women are more likely than men to be violently sexually harassed online. This step-by-step guide outlines some of the legal steps you can take when you are being or have been harassed online.
In a joint project by Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health, Gender Equity Victoria, and Women’s Health Services, the Workforce of Multilingual Health Educators (WOMHEn) project is pleased to release Left ...Read more
At today’s Defining Equity: Gender Equity Practice and Exchange Conference, GEN VIC will launch its report “This conversation is not over” Women’s Mental Health During COVID-19. In partnership with all ...Read more
Gender equity advocates at a local, state, national and global level will come together online today for #DefiningEquity, a conference exploring the big issues in gender equality with a focus ...Read more