In 2020, HealthWest approached Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health (MCWH) along with Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY), to work together on the Community Conversations project, to better understand and address economic inclusion, in the context of race-based discrimination and social…
Some must read tips for how intersectionality helps us to understand and strengthen gender equality in the workplace!
We are proud to present our Annual Report for 2019-2020.
This WRAP we discuss the overrepresentation of migrant women workers in essential frontline jobs, and call for women’s reproductive justice and autonomy, globally.
As we work towards COVID-Normal, let’s give full meaning to the statement that we’re in this together by working together to eliminate gender and race discrimination and make our labour force truly equitable and fair.
Reproductive justice allows us to see that oppressive forms, in and from all parts of the world, don’t emerge or act independently of each other, but depend on each other, feed off each other and gain strength from each other. We are in this together.
Jenny Cao is currently a Research and Executive Assistant at MCWH
Excerpted from ABC News Live Blog by Erwin Renaldi and Jason Fang on the 27 October 2020. These criticisms of Victoria’s multilingual COVID-19 resources are not new.
What is needed to achieve an equitable recovery from the pandemic for all Victorians, including over one million migrant and refugee women living in Victoria.
Key information about our Health Education Program and how to book a workshop in one of over twenty languages.