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Resources

Women’s Health West publishes reports, brochures, fact sheets and training manuals on women’s health and family violence. Simply browse the list of resources below and download the digital file, or order hard copies and we’ll mail them to you.

For more information email or phone the Communications Worker on (03) 9689 9588

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Understanding Australian Government financial and employment agencies

We all participate in Australia’s economy in different ways as we earn or spend money; for […]

Promoting economic participation for refugee and migrant women: plain English summary

In Australia, it can be difficult for refugee and migrant women to find paid work, manage money […]

Promoting economic participation and equity for women from refugee and migrant backgrounds

This report presents findings from the research project ‘Promoting economic participation and equity for women from […]

Evaluation report 1: A report on the social networks of the Action for Equity partnership 2014

Action for Equity: A Sexual and Reproductive Health Plan for Melbourne’s West 2013-2017 incorporates primary prevention […]

Evaluation report 2: A report on the social networks of the Action for Equity partnership 2015

Action for Equity: A Sexual and Reproductive Health Plan for Melbourne’s West 2013-2017 incorporates primary prevention […]

Shared understandings

Women’s Health West guide to health promotion and gender equity It is well established that health […]

Preventing Violence Together Progress Brief 2015

The Implementation Committee of Preventing Violence Together (PVT) United is proud to present our annual progress […]

Feminist audit: decision-making tool

Women’s Health West strives to work within a feminist framework to redress the gender and structural […]

Gender audit guidelines for the government, community and health sectors

As part of the United project, this resource was developed to assist Preventing Violence Together partners […]

Speaking publicly about preventing men’s violence against women: Curly questions and language considerations

There can be some curly questions and uncertainty around the right language to use when speaking […]