Multicultural Centre for Women's Health: A national voice for migrant & refugee women's wellbeing in Australia

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Migrant Women Matter: Our 40th Anniversary Gala

Migrant Women Matter: Our 40th Anniversary Gala

MCWH is proud to invite you to our 40th Anniversary party: Celebrating 40 years: Migrant Women Matter! Prepare to raise the roof as we look back on 40 years of raising the profile of migrant and refugee women’s health, and look forward to building a ...

Then and Now: Bic Gresty

One of the busiest and best women we know What were you doing in 1978? I worked as a qualified physiotherapist at the Children hospital in Saigon City Vietnam. What’s something that you are really proud of? Being a refugee. What’s your best memory? My …

Building a healthy future for migrant women in Victoria Forum

Building a healthy future for migrant women in Victoria Forum

Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health invites you to join us to discuss how Victoria plans to address key health issues for migrant and refugee women over next four years. Award-winning journalist and filmmaker, Santilla Chingaipe, will facilitate a robust panel discussion, featuring: Mary Wooldridge Victorian …

July Training Program: Intersectionality 101

July Training Program: Intersectionality 101

Intersectionality 101 is an interactive three-hour workshop to introduce intersectionality as a valuable concept and tool for community workers, health providers and policy makers. This workshop is suitable for those who want to ensure that their service delivery, project work and policy planning promotes gender …

The WRAP #66: June 2018

Supporting migrant families, bringing culture to the clinic and then and now with Tamara Kwarteng June has been marked by grief for many of us. Grief for women like Eurydice Dixon and Qi Yu, murdered by violent men. Grief for the deaths inside institutions of …