Why gender matters: A guide for community health services is a guidebook (and film) designed to increase the capacity of community health service organisations to be gender equitable health service providers and employers. The resource includes a range of gender-responsive principles and strategies for community health service staff to apply in the areas of communications, program and service planning, program and service delivery, and workplace culture and practice. It also includes case studies, individual reflective questions and common myths about gender equity and community health services. The Why gender matters resource supports the intention of working towards gender transformative practice, to prevent men’s violence against women.
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