Gender Equity Victoria (GEN VIC) is the Victorian peak body for gender equity, women’s health and the prevention of violence against women.
We advocate for equality, wellbeing, and freedom from violence for every woman and girl in every community of Victoria.
Gender Equity Victoria's two-day participatory forum explored crucial questions and strategies in the prevention of violence against women.
What do colonisation, immigration systems, justice and housing have in common? How should we deal with structural forms of violence in our work?
What are the synergies and divergences between the prevention of family violence and of violence against women? Who are we including/excluding in this work? How does gender fit in the prevention space? Where do we push to when it comes to mental health or sexual and reproductive rights?
Presentation and panel discussion videos exploring these questions are now available!Learn more
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