The Australian Women’s Health Charter

Publisher: Australian Women’s Health Network, 2016

Status – CURRENT

The Australian Women’s Health Charter seeks to influence all political parties in the lead up the 2016 Federal election. It calls on them, if elected, to commit to national leadership in taking action to ensure the health and well-being needs of all women in Australia are met.

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Investing in women’s mental health: strengthening the foundations for women, families and the Australian economy

Publisher: Australian Health Policy Collaboration, April 2016

Status – CURRENT

This paper makes a case for a new and comprehensive policy approach to improving women’s mental health across the life course. This requires a commitment to identifying gendered risk factors and tackling them through protective public policy measures. The paper proposes actions to federal, state and territories governments, primary health networks, service providers and all local, regional and national bodies in order to translate that commitment into meaningful and measurable policy implementation

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Dehumanised -The Forced Sterilisation of Women and Girls with Disabilities in Australia

Publisher: Women With Disabilities Australia, 2013

Status – CURRENT

Recommendations to the Senate Enquiry into the forced sterilisation of women,

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Health Strategy

Publisher: Australian Women’s Health Network, 2010

Status – CURRENT

The Strategy presented in this report was developed through the Australian Women’s Health Network Talking Circle in 2009-2010. Over 400 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women were involved in the consultations. The Action Areas and Recommendations presented in this Strategy were raised and discussed by the women who contributed to the Talking Circle.

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