Parent Guides expert Knowledge to Keep Your Kids Safe

Publisher: Parenting Guides Ltd 2019

Status – CURRENT

A range of web based resources for parents on topics including respect, sexual health, social media, mental health and drugs.

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Cancer Screening Resources Hub

Publisher Cancer Council Victoria 2017

Status – CURRENT

Tools and resources to increase breast, bowel and cervical screening in Victorian under-screened communities.

cancer screening, under screened, never screened, bowel, breast, cervical, HPV vaccine, Victoria, cancer, cancer council Victoria, CALD, Disability, Indigenous, LGBTI, FOBT, Mammogram, Pap test

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Ending Family Violence Victoria’s Plan for Change

Publisher:  Victorian Government 2017

Status – CURRENT

First ever plan to ending family violence in Victoria which responds to the 277 recommendations from the Royal Commission into Family Violence

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Safe and Strong A Victorian Equality Strategy

Publisher: Victorian Government  2017

Status – CURRENT

First Victorian Gender Equality Strategy, Safe and Strong, sets out a framework for enduring and sustained action over time. We aim to progressively build the attitudinal and behavioural change required to reduce violence against women and deliver gender equality. The Strategy draws on global evidence of what works in gender equality.

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Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Key Priorities 2017-2020

Publisher: Victorian Government 2017

Status – CURRENT

This document, the first Australian sexual and reproductive health strategy, outlines the right to healthy and respectful relationships, inclusive, safe and appropriate services, access to accurate information, and effective and affordable methods of family planning and fertility regulation.

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Establishing the connection. Guidelines for practitioners and clinicians in the sexual assault and alcohol and other drug sectors

Publisher: Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2016

Status – CURRENT

These guidelines have been developed to build the capacity of workers in the sexual assault and alcohol and other drug (AOD) sectors in Victoria to support shared clients who experience both sexual assault trauma and substance use issues. The guidelines have been prepared by the Australian Institute of Family Studies in partnership with CASA Forum and UnitingCare ReGen. They are the result of an Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS) funded project exploring the enablers and barriers of the AOD and sexual assault sectors in referring shared clients to specialist services.

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Why Women’s Health?

Publisher:Women’s Health Victoria, 2001

Status – NOT CURRENT

Written by Kim Johnstone, Sarah Brown and Marilyn Beaumont of Women’s Health Victoria, this report answers the questions about why there is a need for gender specific health research, services,  practice, and policy.

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Victorian Royal Commission into Family Violence: Summary and recommendations

Publisher: State of Victoria, March 2016

Status – CURRENT

In response to a number of family violence related deaths in Victoria, The Commission was asked to make practical recommendations to achieve the following outcomes: prevention, early intervention, support, perpetrator accountability, systematic response, community and government response, evaluation and measurement of the success of strategies, frameworks, policies, programs and services introduced to put a stop family violence.

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Women’s Health Victoria Clearinghouse

Publisher: Clearinghouse – Current

Status – CURRENT

Women’s Health Victoria is a not-for-profit organisation focussed on improving the lives of Victorian women. WHV undertake strategic health promotion and advocacy to improve women’s health,and provide a number of direct services.  The WHV Clearinghouse is an information service and library that supports the work of Women’s Health Victoria, and builds the capacity of others to incorporate a gendered approach to health.  The Clearinghouse specialises in women’s health policy, health promotion, preventative health, health determinants, and advocacy in the Australian and Victorian context.

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Getting serious about change: the building blocks for prevention of men’s violence against women

Publisher: Our Watch, 2015

Status – CURRENT

This Joint Statement was prepared as a submission to inform the work of the Victorian Royal Commission into family violence, drawing on the significant research and practice expertise of the nine signatory organisations.It outlines the foundations that are necessary if we are to move beyond a small-scale, project-focused approach and begin the hard work of achieving measurable whole-of-population change.

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