Women's Health In the North

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Women’s Health In the North (WHIN) works to eliminate gender inequities and improve outcomes in women’s health, safety and wellbeing.

 

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Events

Gender Equity in the Early Years Training

WHIN is offering a half-day introductory training session for people who work in early years services about the important role we can all play in creating gender equitable environments for young children. This training aims to highlight the gendered nature of children’s lives, our own part in this and the possibilities for unburdening children from the constraints and inequities that gender stereotypes place on them.

Date: 19 July, 9.30am-12.30pm
Venue: Darebin North East Community Hub, Bundoora
Cost: $15 registration fee.

For more information or to register go to Eventbrite.

Position Vacant

Women’s Health Promotion Officer: Sexual and Reproductive Health Coordinator

Full time, permanent position

WHIN is seeking to appoint a Women’s Health Promotion Officer: Sexual and Reproductive Health Coordinator role. The Officer will be a member of the Health Promotion Team.

The position is responsible for the development of high quality health promotion strategies and programs in the areas of sexual and reproductive health and gender equity.

Closing date for applications: Monday 25 June 2018, 9am.

For more information please see the position description.

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KEY INITIATIVES

Northern Integrated Family Violence Services (NIFVS)

Northern Integrated Family Violence Services (NIFVS)

WHIN coordinates and integrates family violence services, employing the Northern Integrated Family Violence Services (NIFVS) Coordination Team and resourcing the Northern Family Violence Regional Integration Committee.

Gender and Disaster Pod (GADPod)

Gender and Disaster Pod (GADPod)

A partnership with Women’s Health Goulburn North East and Monash University Disaster Resilience Initiative, the GAD Pod promotes an understanding of the role played by gender in survivor responses to natural disaster and embeds these insights into emergency management practice.

Building a Respectful Community Partnership

Building a Respectful Community Partnership

WHIN works with partner organisations to support a regional approach to the prevention of violence against women.

A Strategy for Going South in the North 2016–2021

A Strategy for Going South in the North 2016–2021

This sexual and reproductive health strategy for Melbourne’s northern metropolitan region is the product of three years of needs analysis and is the result of extensive consultation across the region.

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