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Resources

Women’s Health West publishes reports, brochures, fact sheets and training manuals on women’s health and family violence.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, some staff at Women’s Health West are currently working remotely. This means that we are currently unable to post out resources.

Please browse the list of resources below and download the digital file.

If you have any questions, please contact info@whwest.org.au

 

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Sexual and reproductive health: priorities for regional and municipal health planning

The Action for Equity partnership comprises fourteen organisations, working in collaboration to redress the social determinants […]

Consent, Empowerment & Respect Campaign Resources

The Consent, Empowerment and Respect campaign has been developed to provide young women in Melbourne’s west […]

How to collect evidence safely

Simple and practical advice on collecting evidence if your intervention order is breached IF YOU ARE […]

Annual Report 2018-19

Women’s Health West’s 2018-19 Annual Report demonstrates the impact our work has had on our community […]

Violence against women is unacceptable in any culture – A3 Poster

Family violence is a crime. You are not alone. Help is available. This poster is available […]

Employment Barriers for Tertiary-educated Muslim Australian Women

This report is the outcome of a joint research project, undertaken by Women’s Health West and […]

Strategic Plan 2015-20

Women’s Health West developed this new five-year strategic plan through a thorough and collaborative process, bringing […]

Girls Talk Guys Talk program delivery report

With support of a Helen Macpherson Smith Trust Social Impact Grant, WHW partnered with a number of […]

Community attitudes to sexual health services: survey report

In May 2018, WHW conducted an online survey to determine women’s experiences of sexual and reproductive […]

Community Insights Report 2018

Over recent years there has been increased recognition of the need for community-based initiatives to prevent […]