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Women's mental health in the context of COVID-19 cover image
Women's Mental Health Alliance |Published: 16 June 2020
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16 June 2020

This policy brief summarises the evidence for the impact of COVID-19 on women's mental health, and makes recommendations for government actions to better support women’s mental health during the COVID-19 response and recovery. 

Gender equity and women's organisations unite on COVID 19 Joint Statement image
|Published: Victorian gender equity and women's organisations
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2 April 2020

50 organisations committed to gender equity and women across Victoria have made a joint statement calling for State and Federal Governments to recognise the gendered impacts of COVID-19.

Reporting sexist advertising a toolkit for consumers cover image
McKenzie M, Bugden M, Pierorazio N |Published: 28 November 2019
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28 November 2019

This toolkit outlines how sexist portrayals of women and men in advertising can be harmful, and presents a range of options for concerned consumers to lodge a complaint or take other action.

Empowering consumers to call out sexism in advertising thumbnail image
Women's Health Victoria |Published: 28 November 2019
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28 November 2019

This toolkit informs consumers about how ads are regulated in Australia, the rules advertisers are supposed to follow, and how to make a complaint.

Women's Health Victoria introduces 25 Champions for Women thumbnail
Women's Health Victoria |Published:
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7 November 2019

’WHV’s Champions for Women’, announced on 28 October 2019, recognise women who have been at the forefront of women’s health, gender equality and sexual and reproductive rights.

Women's Health Victoria strategic plan 2018 - 2023
Women's Health Victoria |Published: October 2018
| Posted:
29 October 2018

Outlines Women's Health Victoria's strategic priorities for the period 2018 - 2023.

Women and genital cosmetic surgery Issues Paper
Malone J |Published: February 2013
| Posted:
5 February 2013

This Issues Paper critically explores female genital cosmetic surgery in the Victorian context: to better understand what it is, who is undertaking it, and their reasons for doing so.