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Prevention of Violence Against Women

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

 
 

Who we are

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

What's New

Eleven diverse graphic characters in a group. All look happy and are depicted in bright, soft colours.Positions Vacant
30/01/2023

Position Vacant

Gender and Disability Advisor Do you have a passion for addressing the gendered and ableist drivers of violence against women with disabilities? You may be just who we're looking for.…
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25/01/2023

Survival Day Statement

Survival Day Statement 26 January 2023 Women’s Health Grampians acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as Australia’s First Peoples and the Traditional Owners of the lands, waterways and skies…
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25/02/2022

Calling all women in trades!

We are currently recruiting women from across the Grampians region with experience in male-dominated industries to become Equality Advocates for the See What You Can Be project. Details can be…

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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Women’s Health Grampians acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as Australia’s First Peoples and the Traditional Owners of the lands, waterways and skies where we live, work and play. We celebrate that this is the oldest continuous living culture in the world, and that sovereignty was never ceded. This always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.

Across the Grampians region, we acknowledge Wurundjeri, Wadawurrung, Dja Dja Warrung, Wotjobaluk, Jaadwa, Jadawadjali, Wergeia and Jupagalk Country.

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