The calendar lists WHV's interactive workshops and masterclasses for 2023, with links to further information.
This article looks at the role educators can play in creating a world where all people have equal respectful access to resources and opportunities regardless of gender, race, ability or sexual orientation.
In September 2021, the Women’s Mental Health Alliance (Alliance) asked its members to report their observations of the ongoing mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Alliance members reported that women’s mental health was still being impacted by COVID-19 and associated public health restrictions.
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.
This report from the Women’s Mental Health Alliance provides an update on the impacts of COVID-19 on women’s mental health, incorporating data gathered since the publication of our first policy brief in June 2020. A 2021 update is also available.