The WRAP #93: Showing up for our workers, The light at the end, and 60 Seconds with Bibiana Huggins

Dear WRAP-pers,

As we near the end of a year like no other, we’re relishing this joyful and proud moment when we can see the light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel. It’s amazing what a community can do when we put our minds to it.

If this year’s prominent 16 Days of Activism campaigns are any indication, we might even be able to eliminate gendered violence too. Look out for MCWH’s contribution to the #RespectIs conversation via our social media accounts. You could also download our latest guides on how to strengthen gender equality in the workplace or watch our Faith Communities Supporting Healthy Relationships seminar.”

Tomorrow is World AIDS Day which is a great time to understand how HIV affects peoples’ health and wellbeing. There are a host of events – we recommend this informative webcast by Positive Women, which focuses on how to respectfully engage Aboriginal communities on the topic of HIV.

This WRAP, we’re reflecting on what it means to ‘show up’ for migrant workers, and what is next for recovery, both economic and health.

We also get to spend 60 seconds with beach loving Bibiana Huggins, who shares her ideal party guest list and her appreciation of chocolate.

Until next time,
The WRAP team

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