Woman's Health East
Investing in equallity and wellbeing for women
Women’s Health East and Family Planning Victoria are hosting a GP information forum on the provision of the medical termination of pregnancy in the primary care setting, on the evening of Thursday 23rd of May, 2019. There’ll be presentations from Family Planning Victoria, MS Health and 1800 My Options.
If you’re a GP, pharmacist or practice nurse, we strongly encourage you to come along and learn more about what is involved in providing your female clients with this essential health service.
Women’s Health East are recruiting young LGBTIQ people to participate in workshops to help with the creation of a new resource on equal and respectful relationships.
To participate please contact Lara Gerrand on 03 9851 3706 or email@example.com
Women’s Health East is excited to announce the release of their research report exploring LGBTIQ young women’s access to sexual and reproductive health services in the Eastern Metropolitan Region of Melbourne.
16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence 2018
Follow this link to read more about Women’s Health East’s campaign #Together4GE and to access our social media campaign and resources.
The 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence is a global campaign dedicated to ending gender-based violence. Beginning on the 25th of November, International Day for the Elimination of Gender-Based Violence, and finishing on the 10th of December, Human Rights Day. (more…)
REGISTER for Women’s Health East’s Annual General Meeting and
#16Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence event!
Please join us to celebrate our achievements of the last year and to get involved in our 16 Days of Activism campaign #Together4GE.
November 29th from 3:15-5:30pm
Women’s Health East – 125 George Street Doncaster East
Women’s Health East welcomes funding from the Victorian government to deliver a ground-breaking participatory project to help prevent family violence in LGBTI relationships.
Women’s Health East are very excited to present our Women Online: The intersection of technology, gender and sexism paper.
Click on the image below to check it out.
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.
Call Ari on 03 9851 3700 for more information
WHAV Media release – Free from Violence funding announcement
Yesterday the Honorable Natalie Hutchins came to Women’s Health East announced funding for Women’s Health Services!
Read this media release from WHAV, the peak body for Women’s Health Services to learn more.