Regional Plan – Communities of Respect and Equality

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The Communities of Respect and Equality Alliance (CoRE) is a partnership of organisations, businesses, clubs, groups and networks from across the Grampians Region that share a vision for safe, equal and respectful communities. All member organisations have committed to the vision and goals outlined in the Communities of Respect and Equality: A plan to prevent violence against women and their children.

Organisations from across the Grampians who also share this vision and would like to work together to make it a reality are invited to join the CoRE Alliance.

The CoRE Plan is for those who believe that by taking action to promote change our communities can be better places in which to live. With the combined leadership, influence, authority and action of those committed to the Plan, we will build a new future for our region, its cities, towns and communities, where gender inequality and violence against women is an issue of the past. This Plan has been developed to help guide and direct individual and collective work in building communities of respect and equality, and prevent violence against women before it occurs.

The development of the CoRE Plan was led by Women’s Health Grampians (WHG), as part of the Women’s Health Services Leading Regional Action to Prevent Violence against Women and Children Project. WHG engaged a Reference Group representing key organisations across the Grampians through a consultative process for the development of a strategy for the region that will guide action on preventing violence against women and their children before it occurs.

 

For an overview of the CoRE Alliance and Plan please view the below presentation. Simply click on the image below and use the navigation arrows. This works best in full screen.

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This is a call to action for all organisations, clubs and networks across the Grampians region: we can all help to end violence against women.

 

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