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Welcome to the Inner East PCP E-Bulletin

December 2020
IEPCP Executive Officer’s Update
It’s hard not to feel optimistic and elated with the local number of people impacted by the Covid19 virus falling so significantly...
 
Coffee with...
Lee Robson

Manager Community Resilience, Manningham Council

"We're seeing a whole new cohort of people who are experiencing the mental and physical health impacts of loneliness"

IEPCP - News, Resources & Events
Welcome to IEPCP's newest staff member
This month we welcome Laura Collins to the IEPCP team. Laura is our new Partnerships and Evaluation Coordinator. Laura has seven years of experience in health promotion at Caulfield Community Health Service and DPV Health (formally known as Dianella Health), with a focus on healthy eating, active living, gender equity and working with CALD leaders. She has also volunteered at Carrington Health with the dental health team. Laura enjoys strength training, oil painting, sport and traveling, and looks forward to working with our IEPCP partners. You can contact Laura on laura.collins@iepcp.org.au 
Launch of our Social Inclusion Framework
IEPCP will be launching our new Social Inclusion Framework on Tuesday 8 December, 10am - 11.30am. The framework will help to guide actions that promote social inclusion and an inclusive society.

Register HERE.
VicPCP & Other PCP's
New on The Well
Local, State and National News
Congratulations on Award
We congratulate active community member, Dilnaz Billimoria on her recent Communities Council on Ethnic Issues Award for Excellence in Services to Multicultural Communities 2020...

16 days - WHE
Keep an eye on the IEPCP LinkedIn page to check out the social media campaign. You can get involved too! Use the social media toolkits and campaign assets and promote the campaign across social media. Make sure you hashtag #16Days16Ways #CallitOut
Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission
Report on the operation of The Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities in 2019 

Human Rights Week
Human Rights Week is an opportunity for us to reflect on the lessons from the year that was, and explore how a human rights led recovery could help us create a more equal, sustainable and resilient future.
Head to Help 
A new tool to support Victorians of all ages to find the mental health and wellbeing supports that's best for them
Monash University: A compendium of 150 questions and answers on COVID-19
Experts in the field provide a practical and comprehensive overview of COVID-19 and allergic disease
Interim Report on Disability Royal Commission
The Interim Report sets out what the Royal Commission has done in its first 15 months and highlights that people with disability experience attitudinal, environmental, institutional and communication barriers to achieving inclusion within Australian society.
Map of Indigenous Australia and Australia Post
Acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land your item is being delivered on by including those place names in the address field. Details are available on the AIATSIS website
Mission Australia Annual Youth Survey Report
The 19th and largest annual survey of young people in Australia providing a platform for young people aged 15 to 19 to share their values, aspirations and concerns.
Must Reads

Social Inclusion and Mental Health

 

Gender Equity and PVAW

Climate and Health 


Healthy Ageing

World Economic Forum: Combatting ageism
Commissioner for Senior Victorians: Ageing well in a changing world
CEPAR: Population ageing data projections
EveryAGE Counts: Ashton Applewhite and Jane Caro on ageism
The Guardian: Dire outlook for older Australian women
 

Healthy Eating 

Save the Date

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December
Women's Resilience
 

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More Events
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