Our clinics welcome everyone and provide high quality reproductive and sexual health services. The impact of COVID 19 pandemic has seen an increase the risks of gendered violence, both at work and at home. Our education and training services provide expert education for doctors, nurses, teachers and other health, education and welfare services.
Find out about our international development work here. These initiatives removed barriers to career progression for women in particular, who had previously been defined and restricted by stereotypical roles.
During that time her speciality was working with women who had been or were being abused. International Development - build the capacity of international partners in the Pacific region to provide universal access to reproductive and sexual health services.
Kim has an extensive publication list on many aspects of population. While women are being hit the hardest by this pandemic, they will also be the backbone of recovery. Australia is one of the most unequal countries in the OECD with regards to unpaid domestic and care work.
An advocate for the entrepreneurial spirit and championing the role of migrants in Australia, Violet has held leadership roles within major organisations in a career that has been focused on supporting at-risk communities throughtout Australia - including women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Gary is the Finance Manager for Can Too Foundation, a health promotion charity that transforms lives through improving fitness and funding innovative cancer research. We reach out in particular to priority communities including people from culturally and linguistically diverse and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, people with disability, young people, and people from rural and remote communities.
Stephanie was elected to the board in From he has been a member of the Board of Menai Community Inc, an organisation that subsequently merged in to be known as "3 Bridges". This is not only about rectifying long standing inequalities but also about building a more just and resilient world.
The Gender Centre would like to advise all clients and service providers that our office procedures have also changed. Australia is one of the most unequal countries in the OECD with regards to unpaid domestic and care work.
We respect the rights of our clients to make choices about their reproductive and sexual health and we treat each and every person with respect, dignity and understanding. She has presented at a variety of regional and national forums on population issues. The COVID 19 pandemic is deepening pre-existing inequalities, exposing vulnerabilities in social, political, and economic systems.
The increased requirements for caring responsibilities and home learning during COVID 19 pandemic is more likely to be shouldered by women thus causing a change to their work arrangements, by either a decrease in take home pay or annual leave.