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VicHealth, 17 May, 2016

Findings from VicHealth’s innovative primary prevention program, Generating Equality and Respect (GEAR), released today (17 May), provide a number of findings and transferable tools and resources for local governments, workplaces and organisations across Australia and internationally to utilise.

The three-and-a-half year program, conducted in partnership with Monash City Council and Link Health and Community, saw the establishment of a ‘demonstration site’, into which a range of tried and tested primary prevention programs were applied to build gender equality and a culture of safety and respect.

  • Read more from VicHealth here
  • Access GEAR research & resources here

 

 

By J Pope

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