Equality@Work 2

I have more understanding, knowledge about where to assist and give guidance on links with gender inequality and family violence.

Gender Equality Advocate trained through the project

Equality@Work 1

We leave these sessions with knowledge [about gender equality]. We can distribute this information to our girlfriends. Spread the word, it’s like a domino effect. We do have these conversations outside of work, but forum like this are an opportunity to learn and share, which we then take into our lives outside work.

Equality@Work Staff Forum participant

PACE training participant, March 2019

"This has been a fantastic program that has put fire back in my life and I don’t want to lose this motivation to continue doing things for myself. It’s about time I did that."

Inaugural PACE Participant, 2009

Cross cultural training 1

I now understand cultural awareness as a process rather than a ‘competency mentality’ and an understanding that it is a collaborative approach rather than knowing all the right things.

Training participant

Industry Visit Impact 3

I made bookings the day after the session, not only for a Pap test, but for all the other tests which I haven’t done for a while simply because I felt too busy. I remember you [the Bilingual Health Educator] said that we women have to put ourselves first.

Industry Visit Program participant

Industry Visit Impact 2

If you think you know enough about your health and how to improve it, join this program to see how much there is that you didn’t know. Do it for your family.

Industry Visit Program participant

Industry Visits Impact

I feel so much stronger now. I feel that I know what I am doing and understand so many concepts I didn’t have a clue about before. I want all women to feel this way and you will if you make commitment to talk to MCWH educators. I wish I knew all this a long time ago, but I am grateful to be given the opportunity to learn it now.
Huge thanks to my employer and MCWH to make this happen!

Industry Visit Program participant

Maya Angelou

I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.

Maya Angelou