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Positive steps for reproductive health, but women’s voices are needed

Women’s health advocates have welcomed a suite of budget measures which will create targeted and long-term change for reproductive health but say the voices of many women are missing.

“There’s still a long way to go to address gendered bias in healthcare, we’re only just scratching the service,” said Australian Women’s Health Alliance Chair Bonney Corbin.

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Eliminating Gendered Health Discrimination

Gendered discrimination in the Australian health care system has a profound impact on all aspects of women’s health and wellbeing. This brief builds a deep understanding of how gendered discrimination operates in health care delivery and describes what it looks like and how it impacts health equity.

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Enabling Agency in Health Care

As we recognise UN’s International Women’s Day on Friday 8 March, we are thrilled to launch our latest policy brief: Enabling Agency in Health Care.

This brief outlines and addresses factors that impact women’s agency and autonomy in accessing health care.

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Count Her In

Want to take real action to accelerate progress for women this International Women’s Day? Then become a user tester for new resources that aim to build a more gender-responsive health care system.

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Strengthening Gender Equity Through Research and Evidence

We’re excited to launch a new policy brief focused on the importance of high-quality research and evidence in boosting gender equity in Australia’s health care system.

Strengthening Gender Equity Through Research and Evidence argues that better research, evidence and data are required to understand the significant health inequities faced by priority populations of women.

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