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.
In this episode, we will talk to Veena Barsiwal on family violence and its impact on victim/survivors’ mental health and well-being.
Drawn from interviews with over 70 migrant women across Victoria, this report documents how deeply the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted migrant women.
A great new video translated in nine languages to explain your rights to abortion in Victoria.
The Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health is pleased to present the ‘Sexual and Reproductive Health Data Report 2021’ and accompanying ‘Act Now’ Advocacy Paper.
Dear MCWH partners and friends, As a leader in the health and community sector, you will be acutely aware of the impact of discrimination and inequity in people’s lives. Even though the Australian health system has been established to provide…
A new resource to help challenge some of the negative ways that migrant and refugee communities are framed in discussions about violence against women.
In 2020, HealthWest approached Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health (MCWH) along with Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY), to work together on the Community Conversations project, to better understand and address economic inclusion, in the context of race-based discrimination and social…
Jean Hailes Women Health has developed fact sheets about staying well as you in age in Arabic, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Croatian, Greek, Italian, Korean, Macedonian, Spanish and Vietnamese. You can read more about staying well as you age by…