By Il Globo Editorial Team Accessed: 6 August 2020 È essenziale la diffusione di informazioni multilingue, non solo in inglese. Dalla disoccupazione agli alloggi, dall’isolamento sociale alle violenze familiari. Featuring MCWH Executive Director, Dr Adele Murdolo
Listen to MCWH health educator, Qia Sun, talking about our work with the housing estates across Melbourne.
July 2020 From unemployment to housing, and increased social isolation to family violence, COVID-19 has affected the lives of migrant women in Australia. And yet, they have fewer opportunities to access culturally appropriate information and services in their own language.…
Excerpt from Pro Bono Australia Accessed on 08/07/2020 Article by Maggie Coggan “MCWH, supported by a coalition of 19 other women’s health and advocacy organisations, is now calling on the Victorian government to recognise the pivotal role migrant women play…
Excerpt from Women’s Agenda Accessed on 09/07/2020 Article by Jessie Tu “The MCWH believes trained peer health educators are required to engage communities with “tailored, accurate and multilingual information and support.” “This type of support has never been more important,”…
While the Victorian government under Daniel Andrews is in close contact with multicultural leaders to contain and lower the new cases of COVID-19, migrant and refugee women are not on the table in the decision-making response, leaving a gap of resources and information for them.
Excerpt from Il Globo By Susanna Burchielli Accessed: 4 May 2020 Allarme violenza domestica: isolamento, convivenza forzata e precarietà finanziaria i principali fattori scatenanti. Featuring MCWH Executive Director, Dr Adele Murdolo
MCWH Executive Director Dr Adele Murdolo weighed in on the challenges of using telehealth in an SBS News article about a significant coronavirus-induced drop in visits to GP and specialist services
MCWH Executive Director spoke with SBS News about how financial hardship caused by COVID-19 is impacting women across the country, particularly migrants who do not qualify for welfare support.
MCWH Executive Director spoke with SBS News about the benefits of community clinics offering culturally-appropriate midwife care