A national voice for immigrant and refugee women’s wellbeing in Australia

Dr Regina Quiazon

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Program Development Manager

Dr Regina Quiazon

Regina has a PhD in cultural studies and has over 15 years’ experience working in the area of gender and diversity as a project manager, researcher and educator. She has significant expertise in the theory and practice of intersectionality, particularly as it relates to violence prevention and sexual and reproductive health. Regina is a co-investigator on the ASPIRE Project, which analyses community-led responses to violence against immigrant and refugee women in metropolitan and regional Australia. Recent publications include a White Ribbon Research Series paper on the engagement of immigrant and refugee men in violence prevention and the ‘Bringing the Margins to the Centre’ paper, a commissioned intersectionality think piece for ‘Change the Story’, the national framework to prevent violence against women and children.

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