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Evaluation of the Gender and Mental Health Literacy Pilot Workshop

In early October, the WHISE Gender and Mental Wellbeing portfolio hosted its first-ever in-person event, a pilot workshop placing a gender lens over mental health literacy. This initiative brought together professionals from various fields, including...

Better Together – WHISE Conference Evaluation Report

The inaugural Better Together Conference was hosted by Women’s Health in the South East on Tuesday, 22 August, 2023. The conference brought together over 180 people from local councils, state government, peak organisations, tourism agencies,...

Respecting Each Other: AfriAus iLEAC Active Bystander Training Evaluation

WHISE and AfriAus iLEAC worked together to deliver a 30-minute Active Bystander Training. The sessions aimed to empower children and young people to stand up against harmful gender stereotyping and sexism. Read the full evaluation...

Evaluation Snapshot Biological Sex, Gender and Mental Wellbeing Forum

WHISE hosted a free forum on biological sex, gender, and mental wellbeing. It was designed specifically for those who sit in roles in health promotion, health planning, programming, and policy. In collaboration with the HER...

Priorities for the Victorian State Budget

The Victorian Women's Health Services Network has issued a statement outlining the priorities for the upcoming 2023 State Budget. We welcome the government's commitment to giving women's health a greater focus and funding, and look...

Reproductive Coercion Webinar – Evaluation Report

An evaluation report of WHISE's lunchtime webinar on reproductive coercion, which was run as part of our efforts to improve sexual and reproductive health and prevent violence against women. The webinar examined definitions of reproductive...

Promoting Respect & Equity Together 2021-2025 – A Strategy to End Gendered Violence in the Southern Metropolitan Region

Promoting Respect & Equity Together – A Strategy to End Gendered Violence in the Southern Metropolitan Region 2021-2025 (PRET) is the second regional strategy for the primary prevention of gendered violence. It was developed in partnership with over 38 organisation’s across the Southern...

Gender, Intersectionality and Ableism Oct 2020 – Evaluation Snaphsot


Aboriginal Self Determination Feb 2020 – Evaluation Snapshot