EVAWQ acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians and first peoples of Australia. We recognise the impacts of colonisation and dispossession and the contemporary disadvantage experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. EVAWQ is committed to working alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and men to end violence against their women and children in Queensland.

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 "I WANT WOMEN TO CONTROL THEIR OWN HEALTH CHOICES  

... JUST LIKE I WANT MY DAUGHTERS TO HAVE THE 

 SAME OPPORTUNITIES AS YOUR SONS

 ~ US President Barack Obama ~ 

WOMEN'S HEALTH

RESEARCH

Women’s health encompasses physical, mental, emotional, cultural and spiritual well-being.

Discover educational research, resources and publications below.

Australian Women’s Health Network

Women and sexual and reproductive health (Position Paper 2012)

Australian Women’s Health Network

Health and the primary prevention of violence against women (Position Paper 2014)

The Women’s Health Services Alliance (WHSA) QLD

Key intersections between women’s health and violence against women (February 2016).

Australian Women’s Health Network

Women and Health and Well-Being (Position Paper 2012)

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