Prevention of Violence Against Women

Together, we can all help to end violence against women.


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We aim to improve women’s equality, health and wellbeing in the Grampians region and beyond.

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On a light purple background, there are two rounded shapes in the right corners – one is light pink and the other is dark grey. In the top right-hand corner is the LEAD and WWDA logos. Bright blue heading text reads “What does leadership mean to you?”. Below is a sub-heading in dark purple that says “WWDA LEAD Scholarships recognise that disabled women can all be leaders”. In the bottom left-hand corner in large dark grey is text that states “APPLY NOW” with the website address below. In the bottom right-hand corner is a drawing of two women in a library, one in a wheelchair. Both women are holding books.Uncategorised

Women with Disabilities Australia LEAD Scholarships

What does leadership mean to you? Women with Disabilities Australia (WWDA)’s LEAD Scholarships recognise that all disabled women can be leaders. LEAD Scholarships can be used to fund any training…

Brazen Hussies Movie Night for IWD

Thanks to all who attended the film screening of Brazen Hussies to mark International Women’s Day this year. It was a pleasure to be able to gather together and celebrate…
Violence Against Women

CoRE Alliance welcomes Wimmera Committee Against Family Violence as a new member

Wimmera Committee Against Family Violence signing up to the CoRE Alliance. Back from left – Shane Podolski (WCAFV), Joanne Bates (representing the CoRE Leadership Group), Tony Baker (representing the CoRE…

Communities of Respect and Equality (CoRE)

Communities of Respect and Equality (CoRE) is a partnership of organisations, businesses, clubs and groups who share a vision for safe, equal and respectful communities in the Grampians region.

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