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    Advancing the Evidence: Migrant Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health Conference

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    UPDATE 21 JAN: keynote speakers Dr Alice Han and Dr Jasmine Abdulcadir (international) announced!

    MCWH invites you to attend Advancing the Evidence 2020, a conference that brings together Australia's best experts to address issues around migrant and refugee women's health and wellbeing.

    Join researchers, general practitioners, clinical and community practitioners, policy makers and advocates from across Australia for two incredible days of collaboration, engaging discussion and interactive knowledge exchange.

    We'll be focusing on the sexual and reproductive health and rights of all women living in Australia from migrant and refugee backgrounds, including:

    • health equity issues in policy and service delivery,
    • national and international health policy,
    • findings that build the current evidence base for migrant women's health,
    • broader social and systemic factors impacting migrant and refugee women’s health,
    • connections between migrant and refugee women’s sexual and reproductive health and violence against women, mental health and work-related health.

    Cocktail reception - Day One evening, 27 February 6pm

    Buy your ticket now to get free entry to a cocktail reception for the launch of the national campaign to end Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C).

    Join us in our campaign to work with practitioners, who play a vital role in improving migrant women's sexual and reproductive health, help end FGM/C.

    This campaign is organised by NETFA (National Education Toolkit for Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting Awareness).

    Ticket prices to attend for non-conference delegates are $88 and can be purchased here.

    Discounted Conference Accommodation Rates

    Conference delegates can book accommodation at the Novotel on Collins at a discounted rate. Contact us below.

    Conference scholarships

    A limited number of conference scholarships are available for low to no income earners. Contact us below.

    Contact information

    Contact Conference Organiser Boipelo Besele on (03) 9418 0932 or for more information.

    This conference is funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health and the Commonwealth Department of Premier and Cabinet Office for Women.

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