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.

Submission into the Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into the Support Needs for Older Victorians from Migrant and Refugee Backgrounds

We are proud to share our Submission into the Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into the Support Needs for Older Victorians from Migrant and Refugee Backgrounds. Read a Word document version of our Submission into the Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into the Support…

Joint Statement by the 2021 National Women’s Safety Summit delegates representing the rights and interests of migrant and refugee women

In anticipation of the National Women’s Safety Summit on the 6 and 7 September,  Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health met with nine of our sister organisations attending the conference to prepare a Joint Statement representing the rights and interests of migrant and refugee women.

Submission to the Public Accounts and Estimates Committee Inquiry into the Victorian Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic

This submission has been developed by the Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health (MCWH). Introduction The Multicultural Centre for Womens’ Health (MCWH) welcomes the opportunity to make a submission to comment on the Victorian Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic as…