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Women's Health Victoria, Plan International Australia |Published: 15 December 2017
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15 December 2017

A coalition of community groups, academics and activists has today called for the elimination of sexist advertising and more positive, diverse and realistic representations of women and girls in the media and public space.

Making Space for Women 5 December 2017 proceedings
Women's Health Victoria, Plan International Australia, City of Melbourne |Published: December 2017
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11 December 2017

The speakers explore the representation of women and girls in advertising and public spaces and how this perpetuates stereotypes that drive violence against women. Innovative opportunities to improve the representation and inclusion of women in Victoria are also discussed.

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Women's Health Victoria |Published: 5 December 2016
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5 December 2016

Women’s Health Victoria congratulates the State Government on the launch of Victoria’s first Gender Equality Strategy, affirming Victoria’s national and international reputation as a leader in the prevention of violence against women.

Women and media representation infographic
Women's Health Victoria |Published: September 2016
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9 September 2016

This infographic summarises in pictorial form the key messages from the Clearinghouse Connectors on Women in advertising and Sexualisation of women and girls.

Clearinghouse Connector on multimedia for gender equity
Women's Health Victoria |Published: December 2015
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1 December 2015

This is a collection of high-quality multimedia resources (videos and infographics) grouped into four themes: gender equity, preventing violence against women, gender analysis and gender stereotypes.

Clearinghouse Connector on Sexualisation of women and girls
Women's Health Victoria |Published: October 2014
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1 October 2014

This Clearinghouse Connector on the sexualisation of women and girls contains a selection of up-to-date resources that are available online in full text. The information content is drawn from research, statistics, government policy, prevailing social conditions affecting women’s health status, and clinical and therapeutic management of health matters.