COVID-19 has laid bare the health, social and economic inequities between us, but it has also made us see how connected we all are. Recovery must build on those connections, strengthen them and deepen them, constructing the future on a solid foundation.
Dr Adele Murdolo joins ABC News Breakfast for an interview about migrant women’s experiences in accessing COVID-19 information.
Dr Adele Murdolo joins AM – ABC radio to talk about the systemic barriers migrant women are facing in accessing COVID-19 information.
People from migrant and refugee backgrounds tend to gamble less than the overall population. However, the rate of gambling for some communities is said to be around five times greater than the wider community.
Our October issue features articles about the importance in prevention for COVID-19 recovery, migrant women’s health and an interview with Gracieuse Amah.
We need a health system that can effectively respond to the unique challenges faced by migrant and refugee women. A health system focussed on both prevention and equity will be the key to COVID recovery.
When it comes to gender inequality, migrant and refugee women are overrepresented in casual and insecure employment, in industries such as aged care, manufacturing, hospitality, cleaning and retail.
An interview with Gracieuse Amah, a Creative Director, Dance Teacher, Performer and French Qualified Entertainment Lawyer about strength in diversity, love and positivity.
Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health’s (MCWH) has adapted its existing health education model to ensure migrant women still have access to accurate health information during the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown.
Dear WRAP-pers, As we get closer to Spring – one day to go people! – the sunnier weather and the blossoms all help lend a hopeful air to the day. So this WRAP we’re going with the Spring feeling and…