CoRE: 100 Organisations Commit to Ending Violence Against Women

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100 Organisations across the Grampians commit to ending violence against women 

Launched in 2016, the regional strategy Communities of Respect and Equality (CoRE) initiative: has just reached the significant milestone of 100 members. Led by Women’s Health Grampians, CoRE sets a vision for a safe, equal and respectful society for everyone. This significant social change strategy addresses the drivers of violence against women and seeks to create new norms regarding respectful attitudes and behaviours.

CoRE is gaining momentum. Across the region members from a range of organisations, clubs and networks join and take action towards our vision. Membership includes all local governments across the region. While early membership came from organisations with a strong alignment to the cause such as community services, membership, is now growing to include business, education,  sport and other community groups wanting to make a difference.

More information about CoRE is available on our website: https://whg.org.au/priorities-programs/core

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