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Multilingual resources about safety and technology in Arabic, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Filipino, Hindi, Karen, Persian, Punjabi, Tamil, Thai, Vietnamese and English

Multilingual resources about safety and technology in Arabic, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Filipino, Hindi, Karen, Persian, Punjabi, Tamil, Thai, Vietnamese and English

Advice and information available in twelve different languages to assist women who are experiencing technology-facilitated abuse. Topics covered in the downloadable guides include: Guide 1 – Keeping your device safe and secure Guide 2 – Using social media safely Guide 3 – Are you at …

Sexual and reproductive health videos and fact sheets in Arabic, Traditional Chinese, Dari, Karen, Punjabi, Somali, Tamil, Vietnamese, Hakha Chin, Dari, Somali and Urdu

Sexual and reproductive health videos and fact sheets in Arabic, Traditional Chinese, Dari, Karen, Punjabi, Somali, Tamil, Vietnamese, Hakha Chin, Dari, Somali and Urdu

MCWH is very proud to have developed a suite of  reproductive and sexual health education fact sheets and videos in partnership with Family Planning Victoria. The resources have been developed in 13 languages: Arabic, Traditional Chinese, Dari, Karen, Punjabi, Somali, Tamil, Vietnamese, Hakha Chin, Dari, …

Multilingual brochures about Hepatitis C: Good news about treatment in Vietnamese, Chinese and plain English

Multilingual brochures about Hepatitis C: Good news about treatment in Vietnamese, Chinese and plain English

North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network and St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne have developed a colourful 2o page brochure called Hepatitis C: Good news about treatment, Viêm gan siêu vi C Tin Mừng về Điều Trị and 丙型肝炎  关于治疗方  法的好消息. The brochures explain Hepatitis C as …

Can we all be feminists?

New writing from Brit Bennett, Nicole Dennis-Benn, and 15 others on intersectionality, identity and the way forward for feminism Edited by June Eric Udorie MCWH is excited to add this collection of essays to our library, featuring seventeen writers from diverse backgrounds wrestling with the …

60 Seconds With Jacqueline Wong

Founder, The Swim Project This month, we’re chatting with Jacqueline Wong, the founder of The Swim Project, a social enterprise with the vision to empower, educate and support young adults from multicultural backgrounds to learn to swim and increase their awareness of water safety. Jacqueline is also …

Stillbirth Research and Education Final Report

We feel very honoured to have been mentioned in the final report of the Senate Select Committee on Stillbirth Research and Education. MCWH congratulates the Committee on their important work and looks forward to seeing the impact of the report on preventing stillbirth and supporting …