Ending Violence Against Women
Make the Link is Gippsland Women’s Health campaign which aims to build awareness and understanding of the foundations of men’s violence against women and to specifically highlight the importance of addressing gender inequality to end family violence and men’s violence against women.Read more
“Let’s Chat Gippsland” is a community based campaign across Gippsland as part of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence and is focused on the primary prevention of violence against women. Based on the Make the Link strategy, the campaign highlights the significant difference conversations can make – whether at home, work, sport, schools and within the wider community – in shifting mindsets, attitudes, and creating real cultural change for gender equality. Let’s Chat Gippsland is a regional approach to prevention of violence.Read more
Sexual & Reproductive Health
Are You Covered (AYC) is Gippsland Women’s Health’s regional approach to Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH). AYC was created in 2015 focusing on condoms and consent with tailored resources and condom vending machines installed in public toilets across Gippsland. The AYC brand has since involved into all our SRH strategy work, focusing on all aspects of SRH to improve knowledge and health literacy amongst the Gippsland community.Read more
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Gippsland Women’s Health acknowledges Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of country and pay our respects to elders past and present for they hold the stories, traditions and culture.
We acknowledge the Gunaikurnai and Bunurong as the Traditional Custodians of the land and waters now known as Gippsland and acknowledge that they have never ceded sovereignty. We recognise the Gunaikurnai and Bunurong long and continued connection and protection of the beautiful coastline from the oceans through in land areas to the rugged southern slopes of the mountain ranges.
Gippsland Women’s Health commit to respectful truth telling and working in partnership with Gunaikurnai and Bunurong to improve the health and well-being andsecurity and safety of all Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander women.
We acknowledge the support of the Victorian Government.
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