Freedom, Respect and Equity in Sexual Health 2022–2026 (PDF and Word)
Freedom, Respect and Equity in Sexual Health 2022–2026 is our regional sexual and reproductive health strategy, designed to guide collaborative action to improve sexual and reproductive health across the northern metropolitan region (NMR) of Melbourne.
This strategy is available in PDF (click image at left or title above) and Word format here.
Sexual and Reproductive Health Fact Sheets 2022 (PDF and Word)
These fact sheets detail the sexual and reproductive health of girls, women and gender-diverse people in Melbourne’s northern metropolitan region (NMR).
For earlier versions of the fact sheets, contact us at email@example.com.
Mapping Availability of Sexual and Reproductive Health Pharmaceuticals in Melbourne’s NMR (PDF and Word)
This report maps availability of sexual and reproductive health pharmaceuticals across Melbourne’s northern metropolitan region, identifying gaps in coverage and the reasons for these.
MindCycle was a project exploring young people’s management of their mental health and menstrual health in the context of COVID-19. This video presents the experiences we heard, including the challenges young people faced and how they could better be supported to achieve good mental health and menstrual health outcomes.
Sex Ed 101 eBook (PDF)
In the COVID-19 pandemic, our Sexual and Reproductive Health team developed Sex Ed 101, a social media campaign exploring all things sex and bodies including consent, sex positivity, pleasure, STIs, contraception and more! This eBook is the compilation of posts from the Sex Ed 101 campaign, now available to download.
Forum Series: ‘Addressing Reproductive Coercion’ (Part 1)
With our partner Women’s Health Victoria, we present recordings of our two-part forum series Addressing Reproductive Coercion.
Forum Series: ‘Addressing Reproductive Coercion’ (Part 2)
WHIN’s AGM 2019: Launch of our Sexual and Reproductive Health Fact Sheets
Side by Side: A Digital Story
‘Side by Side’ is a sexual and reproductive health, respectful relationships education program designed to meet the nuanced learning needs of young women and gender-diverse people from communities where FGC is traditionally practised. The program is culturally sensitive and complements existing sexual and reproductive health and respectful relationships education while also reinforcing primary prevention of gender-based violence messages.
A Strategy for Going South in the North 2016-2021 (PDF)
This resource focuses on addressing the significant sexual and reproductive health issues in the northern metropolitan region. We are currently developing the next iteration of this, A Strategy for Going South in the North 2022–2026.
Female Genital Cutting (FGC) Fact sheets
The fact sheets contain information such as why FGC happens, where it is practised, the different types of FGC, how it impacts on women’s and girls’ health, and where to get help and information.
Information for Women Who Have Had Female Circumcision (PDF)
Information for Young Women: Female Circumcision (PDF)
Information for Health Professionals: Female Circumcision (PDF)
To understand the work that underpins the resources on this page, visit the Sexual and Reproductive Health page in the ‘What We Do’ section of our website.
Sexual Health Information Pathways Project – for International Students (SHIPP) Report
This report communicates the findings that emerged from consultation groups with international students and provides recommendations to better support the sexual and reproductive health of international students studying in Australia.
Sexual Health Information Pathways Project – for International Students (SHIPP) Report (PDF)
Media Release : Women’s Health Services Unite on Roe V Wade
Women’s Health Services across Victoria have issued a response condemning the imminent overturning of Roe v Wade, expressing solidarity with women and people with a uterus in the United States and calling upon the state and federal governments throughout Australia to expand the provision of affordable abortion through adequate funding and prioritisation of women’s sexual and reproductive health.