|News from Women's Health East
Opportunity to become a member of WHE
At this time with women being disproportionately affected by our current environment - an increased risk of violence, impacts on mental health, job losses - there has never been a more important time to show your support for Women’s Health East by becoming a member. Membership is open for people who identify as a woman and live work or study in the Eastern Metropolitan Region.
WHE would love to have you join them
and contribute to their vision of equality, empowerment, health and wellbeing for all women.
TFER Partner Basecamp
Collaboration and information sharing across the TFER partnership is integral to progression of the partnership work and identification of opportunity. To support this in an online format you now have access to a TFER Partner Basecamp site with a series of chat rooms designed to coordinate conversation around the current work priorities of partners: working with early years, schools, sporting clubs and interfaith communities; workforce development; organisational change; healthy masculinities; elder abuse and evaluation. Email your details to Sophie Allen
TFER Community of Practice: May 12