Victorian Women are sick of small change: Underinvestment in women’s health increases illness and depression

Today CEOs of Victoria’s 12 women’s health services, along with Rainbow Health Australia, are calling for an immediate uplift in investment to secure the health and wellbeing of Victorian women, following the release of alarming data which shows Victorian women have gotten sicker, more anxious and depressed since the commencement of the COVID19 pandemic.

Webinar: Kathryn Aedy on Prevention of violence against women and safer pathways to services for migrant and refugee communities

Mark your calendars! Our PVAW (Prevention of Violence Against Women) Team Leader, Kathryn Aedy, will be speaking on a webinar hosted by ANROWS about the ‘Prevention of violence against women and safer pathways to services for migrant and refugee communities’.…

Call for Papers

Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health is hosting a 2-day national Multicultural Women’s Reproductive and Sexual Health Conference on 27-28 February 2020 in Melbourne. The conference will share current evidence, new research, and innovative and proven practices to contribute to and…

EQUAL Network Meeting

This year marks the sixth incarnation of the UN’s initiative – 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, with the theme for 2018 being #HearMeToo. The focus is on engaging local, national, regional and global women’s movements in an inclusive…