This training is free but places are limited, so reserve yours now.
Part 1: Intersectional Economics in Disaster Contexts: An introduction to why gender and Intersectionality matter for women’s economic security in disasters
Intersectional Economics in Disaster Contexts will help you gain a better understanding of Intersectional, feminist approaches to financial wellbeing, and identify the systemic barriers that impact a diverse range of women’s economic security before, during and after disasters.
Monday 25th October, 9.30am-12.30pm OR Monday 8th November, 1-4pm.
Part 2: Gender, Disaster and Financial Wellbeing: Providing gender sensitive, strength based service to women before, in, and following Disasters
Gender, Disaster and Financial Wellbeing builds on and shares learnings from professionals who worked across the Black Summer Bushfire response, and focusses on providing services to improve economic security for women before, during and after disasters in gender sensitive, strengths-based and trauma-informed ways.
Tuesday 26th October, 9.30am-12.30pm OR Wednesday 10th November, 1-4pm
This project is funded by the Office for Women (Department of Families, Fairness and Housing), through the Bushfire Recovery Fund.
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Content and support: This training has content about bushfire, financial abuse, family violence. If you or a client needs support around issues raised by the training you can contact:
- WIRE: Support for women, nonbinary and gender diverse people available Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm via phone (1300 134 130), web chat (www.wire.org.au/chat-with-wire), or email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Beyond Blue: Information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health, 24 hours a day (1300 224 636)
- 1800 Respect: Support for people impacted by sexual assault, domestic or family violence and abuse, 24 hours a day (1800 732 732)