the following resources were collected from discussions within our previous CultureShift Community of Practice sessions.
ACON’s Multicultural Engagement Plan provides a three-year framework to guide the way the organisation engages with and empowers community members and staff from culturally, linguistically and ethnically diverse, migrant, and refugee backgrounds, and people of colour.
This strategic plan outlines Casey Council’s ten-year plan to deliver on their commitment to gender equality, while recognising the long-term, systemic and structural changes that are needed to address inequalities and prevent violence against women.
Pride in Prevention summarises the current available evidence drivers of family violence as experienced by LGBTIQ communities & provides recommendations for priority interventions to address it. This guide was led by Rainbow Health, with design & editing from our managing director, Rosanne Bersten!
This guide is for people interested in creating projects that work with men to prevent violence against women in their communities. It can be used as a step-by-step guide for creating your own project, or to inspire & support projects you may already be running or creating.
Research & reports
GAP analysis action research is designed to identify, examine, & address discrimination & intersecting gender and power inequalities in order to drive transformative, systemic change. It aims to enable evidence-based programming & advocacy that advance gender equality & social justice.
Private Lives 3 (PL3) is the third iteration of the Private Lives surveys, providing vital information for health professionals, service providers, community organisations & governments to better understand and support the health & wellbeing of LGBTIQ people in Australia.
A national survey conducted by La Trobe University, with support from Rainbow Health Australia and Rainbow Network, asking young LGBTQA+ people about their experiences with education, homelessness, harassment, assault, mental health, community connections & more.
This qualitative study explored how invitational narrative ways of working successfully engage men and enable behavioural and attitudinal change. The study explored the historical and philosophical foundations of invitational narrative practice, and the principles and skills that practitioners use in their work.
Resources & toolkits
This toolkit has been developed to help organizations & individual practitioners to address intersectionality in policies and in programmes. It may be used to assess knowledge, attitudes and practice, at a programme level, or at policy level to better understand & address the intersecting effects of policy on marginalised persons.
Access information, advice, and support for people experiencing family violence, and their friends and family— translated into 16 different community languages.
The Working with Men & Boys for Social Justice Assessment Tool aims to provide leaders, designers & facilitators of programs or initiatives for men & boys the opportunity to review, reflect on and strengthen principles of gender & social justice.
The Victorian Women’s Health Atlas is a tool to assist in the identification of gender impacts on key health areas. The purpose of the Atlas is to increase the availability of reliable data for evidence based decisions about service design, emerging priorities and program planning.
Organisations, partnerships & collectives
A social enterprise destigmatising mental health for Asian communities. Here, you’ll find mental health programs and resources that are specifically designed by and for people of Asian and Asian diaspora identities.
P4JH is an alliance of self-determining Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander academics, legal experts, & national peak health & justice organisations committed to working together to improve Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander health & justice outcomes by addressing racism at individual, institutional & systemic levels, focusing on the health & justice systems.
Join us at our next CultureShift Community of Practice!
intertwine is thrilled to announce the third run of our Community of Practice for senior intersectionality advisers and others with responsibility for developing or implementing intersectionality strategies across organisations.
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