News & Events

Annual General Meeting 2019

This year’s AGM is set for Friday 25 October, with special guest Karla McGrady from Our Watch presenting on the prevention of violence against Aboriginal women and children.

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Sexual and Reproductive Health Week 2019: Superheroes of SRH

23rd-29th September 2019

This year, Women’s Health East are running a seven day sexual and reproductive health social media campaign.  The aim of the campaign is to:

  • Profile women doing great work in sexual and reproductive health across Victoria
  • Mark two internationally significant days: World Contraception Day on 26th September and International Safe Abortion Day on 28th September

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Have your voice heard!

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 lgerrand@whe.org.au

Young and Queer in the East

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. 

Download the report here.

Access Health & Community – Inclusive Clubs Project

Access Health and Community – Safe and Inclusive Clubs Project

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Twitter @AccessHC_AUS

Facebook @AccessHealthandCommunity

#16Days Sport settings have great potential to influence social change and prevent violence against women by creating inclusive, equitable safe environments. @AccessHC_AUS is committed. Are you? Share a project promoting GE where you PLAY #Together4GE

For Facebook please include the following wording in your post: To read the full story, go to our website: http://whe.org.au/news-events/ge4us/16-days-of-activism-against-gender-based-violence/together4ge-resources/ 

 

View the full story here: Inclusive Clubs Project

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inspiro & EDVOS – Ambassador’s for Equality and Respect

Inspiro Community Health Service & EDVOS

Ambassadors for Equality and Respect

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Twitter: @InspiroCHS

Facebook: @InspiroCHS

#16Days Students who feel motivated and inspired to take action where they learn can lead change for themselves and their peers. How will you partner with young people to enable them to take action for gender equality? #Together4GE

For Facebook please include the following wording in your post: To read the full story, go to our website: http://whe.org.au/news-events/ge4us/16-days-of-activism-against-gender-based-violence/together4ge-resources/ 

View the full story here: Inspiro + EDVOS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#Together4GE

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…)

Manningham City Council -Powerful Stories

Manningham City Council -Powerful Stories

Facebook: @ManninghamCouncil

Twitter: @ManninghamCC

#16Days – When it comes to preventing violence against all women, we’re in it together. We all have a responsibility to elevate the voices of women who have survived violence & we all have roles to play in facilitating a society free of gender-based violence #Together4GE

For Facebook please include the following wording in your post: To read the full story, go to our website: http://whe.org.au/news-events/ge4us/16-days-of-activism-against-gender-based-violence/together4ge-resources/ 

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View the full story here: Manningham

Eastern Health – Voices for Women Project

Eastern Health – Voices for Women Project

Facebook: @voicesofwomenyarravalley

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#16Days Gender equality in local leadership will facilitate GE action in all areas of our lives – where we LIVE, WORK, PLAY & LEARN. How can we support more women in leadership roles?

For Facebook please include the following wording in your post: To read the full story, go to our website: http://whe.org.au/news-events/ge4us/16-days-of-activism-against-gender-based-violence/together4ge-resources/ 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

View the full story here: Voices for Women