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Drawn from interviews with over 70 migrant women across Victoria, this report documents how deeply the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted migrant women.
A great new video translated in nine languages to explain your rights to abortion in Victoria.
If our recently launched Sexual and Reproductive Health Data Report and ‘Act Now’ paper makes one thing clear, it’s that despite the many changes, there is much more work to be done.
Kim Grosser is Communications Officer at MCWH. What are you enjoying doing at the moment? Since we’re in our sixth lockdown here in Victoria, I’m going to be a cliché and say that I’m enjoying the escapism of TV at…
Early next month the Federal Government’s virtual, live streamed Women’s Safety Summit will take place to address one of the most pressing issues in the country: violence against women and children. While we’re pleased to see that the Summit will…
In anticipation of the National Women’s Safety Summit on the 6 and 7 September, Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health met with nine of our sister organisations attending the conference to prepare a Joint Statement representing the rights and interests of migrant and refugee women.
Healthcare discrimination on the basis of citizenship, visa status, race, gender, disability and other intersectional factors is a global issue, magnified during the pandemic.
A report by the Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health says inequality, racism and sexism can collide when it comes to sexual and reproductive health outcomes for some migrant and refugee women.
The Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health is pleased to present the ‘Sexual and Reproductive Health Data Report 2021’ and accompanying ‘Act Now’ Advocacy Paper.