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Coloured women laughing in a safe and diverse work space

As you may know, from 31st March 2021 , organisations within the Victorian public sector (as ...

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Indigenous participants of the Transitioning housing workshop working on the questions through and artwork process. In here, two Indigenous women are working on a drawing about how to promote respect while a man and two older Indigenous women look

The Equality Institute recognises the dedication, strength and leadership of Aboriginal and Torres ...

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Aerial image picture of Kiribati, showing the roofs of different size houses between a sea of palm trees and surrounded by a clear ocean

For the first time ever, prevalence data is available on men’s use of violence, alongside women’s ...

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A dark blue banner with text in the middle

Gendered norms mean that many women have become primary caregivers and are most likely to be ...

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An outline map of Australia, half coloured in teal to represent the data percentages, with three different halthcare buildings coloured in pink inside

Gender & COVID-19: Frontline workers

Covid-19 / 14.05.2020

The majority of healthcare and social workers on the frontline are women, which means they are more ...

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Illustration of three women from different ethnicities: an Indian, an Asian woman, and a colour woman holding up a child. In the middle, a Black, pregnant woman followed by a fat woman on the right side.

During emergency states and disease outbreaks, access to sexual and reproductive health services is ...

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