Register to attend two webinars on culture, gender, race & reproductive health

April 16, 2024

Women’s Health East warmly invites you to attend their two webinars focusing on the intersectionality, special considerations and practical implications when working with migrant and refugee communities on sensitive topics, such as sexual and reproductive health.

These webinars provide an opportunity to move beyond discussions on singular health or social topics and instead delve deeper into exploring the often-overlooked intersectionality and the nuances of working with migrant and refugee women.

The Culture, Gender, Race and Sexual and Reproductive Health webinar series features knowledgeable guest speakers who have extensive experiences working with migrant and refugee women on sexual and reproductive health.

Speakers include:

Piergiorgio Moro, MHSS Coordinator, Multicultural Health & Support Service
Alexandria Somirs, Training Officer, Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health

Webinar 1: Unveiling Taboo- Culture, Gender, Race & Sexual and Reproductive Health
Tuesday 23 April 1:30-3 pm

  • How to Engage Multicultural Communities and talk about sensitive topics
  • Manage Diverse Expectations
  • Culture, Race and Gender & Intersectionality.

Register here

Webinar 2: Beyond Theory – Culture, Gender, Race & Sexual and Reproductive Health
Tuesday 30 April, 10-11:30 am

Intersectionality and Advocacy in Practice
Sexual and Reproductive Health and Migrant & Refugee Women
Panel Discussion with Case Studies.


You are welcome to attend one or both webinars. They are designed to complement each other but equally can be attended alone. Please register for each session separately.

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