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Choosing Family Violence and Gender Equity Training Providers

A Tool for employers, Human Resources and learning professionals
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16 Days of Activism 2018 – WHISE Social Media Campaign Report

WHISE and partners have chosen to promote the 16 Days of Activism campaign in cafes throughout the Southern Metropolitan Region. Cafes play an important role in the community of bringing people together and promoting messages...
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16 Days of Activism 2020 – WHISE Social Media Campaign Report

In 2020, the focus of WHISE’s social media campaign was to explore what respect means and how people can take positive action, for example, modelling respect or stepping up when you hear disrespectful behavior. This...
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16 Days of Activism – Values-based Messaging

Womens Health in the South East (WHISE) hosted a lunchtime session as part of 16 Days of Activism. Mark Chenery from Common Cause Australia presented a practical session on why and how to use effective...
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16 Day of Activism – Social Media Toolkit

WHISE has compiled a social media toolkit for people looking to participate in 16 Days of Activism. The aim of this toolkit is to assist individuals and organisations to promote consistent messaging about the campaign...
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Gender Equality in the Workplace Toolkit

The Preventing Violence Together Partnership has developed a step-by-step Toolkit to clearly guide partners on their gender equity journey, starting with building leadership commitment and working towards affecting community change through implementing targeted actions and...
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Everybody Matters: Inclusion and Equity

Family Safety presentation on embedding intersectionality across the family violence service system.
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Intersectionality – Translation of theory to practice

Respect Victoria presentation on Intersectionality and the translation of theory to practice.
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Our Watch Changing the picture & Prevention In Action

Our Watch presentation on the evolution of intersectionality frameworks in Victorian primary prevention.