2014_Action Plan front coverGetting started – TFER key resources

The Together for Equality & Respect Action Plan 2013-2017 represents the implementation phase of Together for Equality & Respect: A Strategy to Prevent Violence Against Women in Melbourne’s East 2013 – 2017. Read more about the Action Plan here. The TFER Preventing Violence against Women Infographic is also available, designed for partner organisations and others to use in their work.

TFER Interim EvaluationInterim report pic

 

An interim evaluation report has been developed to provide a snapshot in time of data collection against the six objectives of the TFER Strategy. This interim report is part of a suite of resources, which also includes an easy to read infographic and a TFER timeline which shows the history of TFER.

The full suite of resources can be accessed here.

Regional highlight

#GE4Me Campaign for the 16 Days of Activism

In 2016, Women’s Health East coordinated the regional social marketing campaign #GE4Me (Gender Equality 4 Me). #GE4Me engaged with a diverse group of 16 individuals from across the eastern region and asked them to share what gender equality means to them.  Their messages were turned into memes to enable the community to hear and spread the messages of gender equality – 16 messages for 16 Days!

Read more about the #GE4Me campaign here.

Mug collage    #GE4Me Final poster small