Gender Equity Victoria (GEN VIC) is the Victorian peak body for gender equity, women’s health and the prevention of violence against women.
Equality, wellbeing, and freedom from violence for every woman and girl in every community of Victoria.
To advocate, influence and collaborate to improve outcomes in gender equity, women’s health and in the prevention of violence against women.
What does Gen Vic do?
We advocate for equality for all women, including those living in rural locations, living with disabilities or with HIV, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, immigrant and refugee women and women from LGBTI communities.
Our first priority is to identify and change systems and structures that place women at risk of disadvantage and poor health. To do this, we value and build on the leadership of women and women’s organisations, and work together to reduce all forms of discrimination that intersect with gender inequality.
In line with our vision we will:
- Ensure women’s voices are integral to policy, legislation and services
- Deliver and support coordinated and evidence-informed women’s health promotion activities
- Facilitate collaboration and partnerships
Who does Gen Vic represent?
GEN VIC represents organisations across Victoria who advance gender equity and hold values that align with feminist principles.
Become a member
GEN VIC is now accepting applications to become a member.Download membership application for organisations Download membership application for individuals
Member Charter of Rights and Responsibilities Find out about the full rights and responsibilities of all members.
Benefits of becoming a member Find out the benefits for members and associate members.
Our Constitution Find out more about our rules, purposes and governance arrangements.
About GEN VIC
Gender Equity Victoria Strategic Plan 2018-2021 This plan outlines GEN VIC’s strategic priorities from 2018-2021.
Gender Equity Victoria Brochure This document provides detailed information about GEN VIC.
Join GEN VIC’s 100-day election advocacy campaign. Advance Equity. Promote Health. Prevent Violence.
For more information visit: www.vicvotesequity.com