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Women’s Health Victoria hosts events throughout the year on women's health issues, with an emphasis on our priority areas.

Our events bring together key stakeholders and influencers to explore existing and emerging issues in women's health, promote gender equity and prevent violence against women.

Women’s Health Victoria also delivers training and workshops that build the capacity of health and social services, public sector agencies, corporate and not-for-profit workplaces, policy makers, planners, service providers and individuals to improve women's health and wellbeing and to bring a gender lens to their work.

Women's Health Victoria offers a select number of complementary tickets for staff of Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations for each of our workshops and training programs. Please contact training@whv.org.au for more information 

 

Upcoming Events

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18 Oct

Sharpen your gender lens to take action through developing the practical skills to design, deliver & evaluate gender equitable programs & services. Beginners and seasoned equity warriors welcome. 

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23 Oct

Explore the challenges and opportunities in transforming gender norms, practices and structures in order to prevent violence against women and promote gender equality.  

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29 Oct

RMIT University and Women’s Health Victoria invite you to attend the launch of two new research papers exploring gender equality in advertising!

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13 Nov

Delve into techniques for crafting stories and key messages to communicate the drivers of violence against women.

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20 Nov

Build the skills and confidence to undertake effective monitoring and evaluation of initiatives as part of the primary prevention of family violence and all other forms of violence against women. 

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29 Nov

This three and a half hour workshop is designed to build the capacity of workplaces to support their employees who are experiencing family violence. Disclosures of family violence are common after or during violence prevention training and/or workplace change programs. 

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29 Nov

A half-day training providing easy to use active bystander tools to speak up against everyday sexism and discrimination and help prevent violence before it occurs.