Our Health, Our Rights, Our Lives! Women say NO to the Religious Discrimination Bill: Women’s and gender equity organisations across Victoria have joined forces to oppose the Religious Discrimination Bill on the grounds that it risks women’s health and safety..
#16DaysofActivism Generation Equality Stands Against Gendered Violence: Throughout 16-Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence, GEN VIC has brought together a statewide calendar of events, highlighting key activities happening in every region of Victoria, and a range of resources by gender equity and women’s organisations that supports organisations on how to advocate during the 16-Days.
Back on Track: Victorian Gender Equity Investment, 20/21 State Budget Submission: Gender Equity Victoria’s inaugural budget submission as the peak body for gender equity, women’s health and the prevention of violence against women, informing the Victorian budget with a view to get Victoria’s gender equity investment back on track.
Federal Election Policy Tracker 2019: With the federal election around the corner, Gender Equity Victoria (GEN VIC) has completed a 2019 federal election tracker to see where the Labor, Liberal and Greens parties’ sit in relation to our key priority areas: Advancing gender equity, promoting women’s sexual and reproductive health and preventing violence against women.
#VICVOTESEQUITY 2018 Victorian Election Campaign: Now is the time for making substantial headway to ensure all Victorian women are equal, healthy and safe. We invite individuals and organisations to join us in seeking support from all political parties and candidates for our election priorities below. Together, we can make a difference for women and girls across the state.
#UniteAgainstFamilyViolence 2018 Victorian Election Campaign: Unite Against Family Violence state election campaign is asking major political parties to unite and commit to long-term support for funding all recommendations of the Royal Commission into Family Violence. The campaign is comprised of four key bodies: Domestic Violence Victoria, No to Violence, Gender Equity Victoria (GEN VIC) and CASA Forum.