Posters and Booklets2019-12-05T05:56:57+00:00


Respectful Relationship-Posters

Promoting Respectful Relationships and Gender Equality Posters

In partnership with Department of Education and as part of a regional strategy to promote respectful and equal relationships, we have created a suite of resources for use schools and other spaces to support the work to prevent violence against women and their children.

The resources are the finalists from the 2019 Gippsland Promoting Respectful Relationships and Gender Equality schools poster competition.

Download the resources for your use:

2019 Gippsland Challenging Gender Stereotypes Posters

2018 Gippsland Respectful Relationships Posters

Please contact us if you would like high resolution versions of our resources.


Make the Link Resources

We have a range of images as part of our Make the Link campaign, which are aimed at helping build understanding the link between gender inequality and gender based violence or men’s violence against women.

The Iceberg, Pyramid and Eye Test images are available as Poster and Postcard.  We also have Make the Link Badges and Stickers available.

Download Make the Link Posters


My Community: How to make community engagement part of your NDIS plan

My Community: How to make community engagement part of your NDIS plan has been designed to assist people with disabilities to discover community the options for recreation in the Wellington Shire, however it is useful for anywhere in Gippsland.  My Community is now available, download it or contact us for a copy.

Download My Community Booklet [Accessible]




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Gippsland Women’s Health is NOT a crisis centre. If you are in a violent situation, know someone who is experiencing violence, or know someone who is using violence, please refer to the key contacts listed here.

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