We are pleased to present the MCWH Annual Report 2022 – 23: Strengthening migrant women’s health and wellbeing for 45 years.
Building Bridges is an advocacy and research project which enables migrant and refugee people to participate in the mental health reform process and demonstrates what intersectional, targeted prevention and effective community-based programs for migrant and refugee women should look like.
As part of the ‘Strengthening Our Collective Knowledge’ Project, MCWH has published 4 new videos in Thai on identifying different forms of family violence and what services are available to support those who have experienced family violence in Australia. These…
MCWH’s PACE Leadership Program has published Set the PACE, a best practice guide for those looking to design leadership programs for migrant women, non-binary and gender diverse people. Set the PACE supports migrant and refugee women, non-binary and gender diverse leaders…
MCWH has launched important findings from the Safety and Support in My Language Project, which show the effectiveness of bilingual health education in violence prevention.
We are pleased to present the MCWH Annual Report 2021-22: Empower, Transform, Collaborate.
Bringing together multicultural, ethno-specific and faith-based organisations working in early intervention and prevention of violence against migrant and refugee women to build their capacity and engage in collective, reflective practice.
MCWH is proud to release the Making the Links Project Learnings Report and Project Video.
In this episode we will be talking to Acting Senior Sergeant Maha Sukkar who became the first Muslim policewoman in Victoria to wear a hijab in 2004. We will ask Maha about her work with the multicultural community and barriers they may experience with the police.
On this episode we talked with Gagan Kaur Cheema on the invaluable work health educators and bilingual workers do in the community and organisations.