We commit to ending gendered violence in Gippsland. Our primary goal is for all women in Gippsland to enjoy good health and wellbeing. We will achieve this through fostering an environment that rejects and combats violence against women.

Together, We Can Make a Difference. Join us in our mission to create a safer and more inclusive community for all women in Gippsland. Let's work together to end violence and promote a future where every woman can thrive.



Gippsland Free From Violence (GFFV)

GFFV is a capacity-building partnership to end violence against women. It provides a regional framework of partnership that supports all partners – funded or community – to engage in the new GFFV Strategy. 

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Active Bystander


Active Bystander Training

The aim of the Gippsland Womens Health Active Bystander program is to help you notice and recognise behaviours towards someone that may be inappropriate, harmful or threatening, in everyday life.  

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Let’s Chat Gippsland

“Let’s Chat Gippsland” is a community based campaign across Gippsland as part...


Workforce Capacity Building

Gippsland Women’s Health is the lead provider of prevention of violence again...

All violence against women is a violation of human rights.

Gendered violence continues to be a barrier for women in achieving equality across the world. Intimate partner violence is the leading cause of death, disability and illness for Australian women between the ages of 18 and 44 years.

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July 17, 2024

Organisational Update:...

Over the past 6 months, Gippsland Women’s Health (GWH) along with the other Victor...

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June 4, 2024

Media Release: Safe In...

A collaborative local project aims to create safe inclusive workplaces by ending w...

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May 29, 2024

Media Release: Support...

Media Release | 28 May 2024   Support for women in renewable energy  The All...

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Do You Need Help Now?

If you are in a violent or unsafe situation or know someone who is experiencing violence please refer to the specialist agencies. Always call 000 in an emergency .