Dr Adele Murdolo says the pandemic has disproportionatly affected mothers from migrant and refugee backgrounds. SBS article by Abby Dinham.
Adele Murdolo wrote on the ‘Extreme impacts of Covid on migrant, refugee women’ for Broad Agenda
Watch Dr Adele Murdolo being interviewed about the vaccination rates in lower socio-economic areas.
Dr Adele Murdolo interviewed about preventing coercive control before it starts.
Dr Adele Murdolo made a statement supporting Respect Victoria’s call for prevention to be at the centre of coercive control solutions.
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.
Is information about hotspots being translated into key languages other than English for Victorians from migrant and refugee backgrounds?
The Victorian government has announced it will establish a gender-responsive budgeting unit as part of its 2021/22 state budget, in a move that is widely considered an important step towards gender equality.
20 May 2021 Migrant and refugee women will continue to receive much needed in-language health education for migrant and refugee women across the state, after the Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health (MCWH) received an additional $200,000 investment in Victoria’s…