The Year In Review celebrates the highlights and essence of the Counterpart service - women supporting women with cancer - over the last financial year.
Women’s Health Victoria (WHV) welcomed the opportunity to provide feedback to this National Women’s Health Advisory Council consultation in October 2023.
A unique new online resource is equipping women with reliable information and positive portrayals of older bodies to encourage older women to live active and connected lives on their own terms.
The Victorian Women’s Health Services welcome the opportunity to make a submission on the Draft National Care and Support Economy Strategy.
Women’s Health Victoria welcomes the opportunity to comment on the draft National Stigma and Discrimination Reduction Strategy.
Women’s Health Victoria commends the findings of the six-month-long inquiry that explored barriers to sexual and reproductive health care access in Australia.
Women’s Health Victoria welcomes the women’s health funding announcements made this week in the 2023-24 Victorian State Budget, noting there are a broad range of measures that will have a significant positive impact on the health and wellbeing of women, girls and trans and gender diverse people across the state.
Women’s Health Victoria is delighted to mark the 20th anniversary of Counterpart – a highly unique peer support cancer service that connects and supports women – with a celebratory event on Thursday 25 May 2023.
Women’s Health Victoria (WHV) welcomes the opportunity to provide a submission on the draft of Australia’s first National Strategy to Achieve Gender Equality.
Behind the Ads: Advertising Professionals’ Perspectives on Gender Equality in the Workplace has uncovered firsthand accounts of how gender inequality plays out in workplaces in the advertising industry, the devastating effects it can have on women’s careers and wellbeing – and the risks of speaking out.
Women's Health Victoria responds to the Federal Budget 2023-24
We are co-signatories to this statement calling on the Australian Government to adopt an Equal Access costs model for all discrimination matters. Women's Health Victoria is a member of the Power to Prevent Coalition.
The Women’s Mental Health Alliance welcomes the opportunity to make a response to inform the development of the Diverse Communities Framework and Blueprint for Action.
This paper frames the structural, cultural, and service issues that inhibit good mental health and wellbeing and gender responsive mental health care for women and girls.