MCWH Executive Director has been appointed as a member of the new National Women’s Health Advisory Council, which will bring together diverse expertise to examine the unique challenges that women and girls experience in the health system.
Wishing our friends, families and followers a safe, healthy and restful year break.
MCWH is proud to share our Submission and recommendations to the Australian Government to act to support Iranian women and people in their revolution for self-determination and freedom.
MCWH invites you to read and share our submission and recommendations to the Australian Senate Inquiry on Universal Access to Reproductive Healthcare.
MCWH has launched important findings from the Safety and Support in My Language Project, which show the effectiveness of bilingual health education in violence prevention.
After a hiatus, the MCWH Health Education Team were excited to bring health education back to the migrant and refugee women at the AMES Women’s Retreat.
We are pleased to present the MCWH Annual Report 2021-22: Empower, Transform, Collaborate.
MCWH Research Advocacy and Policy Officer Delaram Ansari spoke to SBS about the barriers that prevent migrant and refugee women from accessing culturally safe sexual and reproductive healthcare.
MCWH Research Advocacy and Policy Officer Delaram Ansari spoke to Jane Caro about the barriers to abortion access for migrant and refugee women in Australia.
Reasons for vaccine hesitancy are complex and context-specific, varying across time, place and vaccine. National Program Manager Dr Regina Torres-Quiazon spoke to The West Australian about how our Health in My Language program can decrease vaccine hesitancy among migrant and refugee groups through culturally tailored, in-language health education.