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Front cover of Women's Mental Health Alliance submission to the Mental Health and Wellbeing Act (VIC) consultation. Purple and orange text on white background with a purple and orange wave on the bottom-left of the page.
Women's Mental Health Alliance |Published: 06 August 2021
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6 August 2021

This submission from the Women’s Mental Health Alliance (the Alliance) responds to the Update and Engagement Paper on the new Mental Health & Wellbeing Act.

Front cover of WHV submission on the Second National Plan to End Violence Against Women. Blue and teal shapes on an orange and white background.
Women's Health Victoria |Published: 06 August 2021
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6 August 2021

This submission largely focuses on the primary prevention of men’s violence against women in line with the focus and expertise of WHV.

Short courses in gender equity: Pathway Course brochure cover image
Women's Health Victoria |Published: 05 August 2021
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5 August 2021

Two short courses are available for people who are interested in learning about gender equity, the emerging roles in gender equity work, and how the Australian workplace is changing. These courses offer a pathway into employment or further study and have been developed for the Learn Local training provider to deliver.

Front cover to gender-responsive teaching practice within tertiary education
Women's Health Victoria |Published: 16 June 2021
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16 June 2021

This Knowledge Paper discusses the importance of gender responsive teaching practice within tertiary settings, explores the existing knowledge base and practice resources, and highlights areas that need further investigation and development.

Front cover of the Word document submission to the consultation on the PC report into Mental Health. Headings in dark purple text and subheading in gold text.
Women's Mental Health Alliance |Published: 16 February 2021
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16 February 2021

The Women’s Mental Health Alliance welcomes the Productivity Commission’s Inquiry Report on Mental Health and the opportunity to comment on the implementation of the final recommendations within this report.

Logo of the brand shEqual. In the word 'shequal' is in a dark teal colour but the crosses of the capital 'E' in the middle is gold- like an equal sign
Women's Health Victoria |Published: 24 November 2020
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24 November 2020

shEqual – an Australian first initiative to realise equality in advertising – launched Monday 23 November 2020 with the support of industry and government leaders.

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Women's Health Victoria and Women's Health in the North |Published: 30 October 2020
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30 October 2020

In August 2020, Women’s Health in the North and Women’s Health Victoria presented a two-part webinar series, Addressing reproductive coercion: Access and Equity III. These webinars explored the issue of reproductive coercion and the intersection of sexual and reproductive health and violence against women.

Picture for Early Menopause: Women’s Experiences project. It is a photo of two women sitting on the beach looking out to calm seas.
Healthtalk Australia, Monash University & RMIT University in partnership with Women’s Health Victoria |Published: 30 October 2020
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30 October 2020

Early menopause can occur either spontaneously (often without a known cause) or as a result of medical treatment, particularly for cancers. Held on 19 October, this webinar was an opportunity to hear from clinicians with expertise in early menopause to talk about the social impact and also hear first-hand from a woman about the lived experience aspects of early menopause.

Empowering women to exercise their reproductive rights cover image
Women's Health Victoria |Published: 15 June 2020
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15 June 2020

1800 My Options - Victoria’s pro-choice, free and confidential phone line for sexual and reproductive health - today received its 10,000th call since launching in March 2018. 

Picture for the Early menopause project on women's experiences. It is a photo of two women sitting on the beach and looking out to calm seas.
Healthtalk Australia, Monash University & RMIT University in partnership with Women’s Health Victoria |Published: 04 Nov 2019
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14 May 2020

The Healthtalk Australia Early Menopause: Women’s Experiences online resource is based on the video and audio-recorded stories of 30 women from a range of backgrounds with different experiences of early menopause or POI (spontaneous or caused by medical treatment).