"The purpose of the National Women’s Health Policy 2010 is to continue to improve the health and wellbeing of all women in Australia, especially those at greatest risk of poor health.
The policy recognises the solid foundation of the first National Women’s Health Policy: Advancing Women’s Health in Australia which was released in 1989. It continues the commitment to building an environment where more can be done to ensure that all Australian women have better health and health care. This policy encourages the active participation of women in their own health and aims to promote health equity through attention to the social determinants of health."
To view the policy visit: http://www.health.gov.au/womenshealthpolicy
Queensland Women’s Strategy 2016-2021 (Queensland Government)
The Queensland Women’s Strategy 2016-21 provides a framework for government, the private sector and the wider Queensland community to take significant action to achieve gender equality in Queensland.
For full information visit: https://www.communities.qld.gov.au/communityservices/women/queensland-womens-strategy
Queensland Violence Against Women Prevention Plan 2016-2022 (Queensland Government)
The Queensland Violence against Women Prevention Plan 2016-22, developed based on widespread community consultation, completes Queensland’s policy framework for the prevention of violence against women and their children.
For full information visit: https://www.communities.qld.gov.au/communityservices/women/queensland-violence-against-women-prevention-plan-2016-22
Queensland Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Strategy 2016-2026 (Queensland Government)
The Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Strategy 2016-2026 is a vehicle to drive change across all sectors of the Queensland community. It sets the direction for collaborative action to end domestic and family violence in Queensland, encouraging partnerships between the government, community and business.
For full information visit: https://www.communities.qld.gov.au/gateway/end-domestic-and-family-violence/dfvp-strategy