This document includes practical tips for early childhood services to foster inclusive practice. It includes prompts and tips to consider gender through: the use of language, environment, books, play and role modelling and personal reflection.
The No Limitations Guide has been developed for early childhood educators, and is also useful for parents and families, and anyone working with young children.
The No Limitations Guide is about promoting gender equality in early childhood settings, and provides practical tools, tips and resources for early educators for both an organisational focus and working with families.
For more information on gender equity training fees and packages that can be delivered in early years settings, please contact Women’s Health East on 9851 3700 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This resource kit includes a range of comprehensive information and resources from a range of reputable sources to support the health and community sector to address social isolation. It serves as a valuable ‘one-stop-shop’ for information and resources around social connection, social isolation and women’s health and wellbeing.
This paper describes the key drivers of violence and how these interact with the online environment to create ‘cyber violence’. It identifies the various online spaces which make up today’s online environment and explores the content and actions facilitated by online spaces which are harmful to women and girls. The ways that these online spaces can provide a valuable space for women and girls and assist feminist activism are also explored.
Using the primary prevention framework, Change the Story, the paper presents a case for action to prevent cyber violence against women and girls through recommendations for change at individual, organisational and societal levels.