Women’s Health West works in schools to promote sexual health and respectful relationships.

We work with young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds who experience a range of complexities in developing their personal and cultural identity during their transition from adolescence to adulthood. They experience significant personal changes that can affect their interpersonal relationships and their reproductive and sexual health.

We also have a program called Girls Talk – Guys Talk that contributes to the development of sustainable school environments that encourage the development of powerful young people with access to knowledge, skills and support to enhance their life chances and those of the community in which they live.