Intersectional Economics provides an understanding of Intersectional, feminist approaches to financial capability and economic security, while identifying the systemic barriers that impact a diverse range of women, and effect their financial wellbeing.
Intersectional Economics includes:
- An introduction to why gender and Intersectionality matters when it comes to economic security;
- What intersectional barriers to economic security affect women, with a focus on First Nations women, migrant and refugee women and women with a disability;
- What are trauma-informed and strengths based practices;
- What works and what people working in financial capability roles can do to increase positive economic outcomes for all women
This training is aimed at community services, family violence professionals, women’s health workers and financial capability/ services workers
When: Wednesday 20 October, 9.30am -12.30pm. Delivered online.
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In recognition of participation barriers to training and professional development opportunities for women, gender non-binary and gender diverse people due to casual, part-time or contract work, we are pleased to offer twenty participation grants of $250 per session to help Victorian women, gender non-binary and gender diverse people attend our training sessions.
For more information and an application form please email the WFCP project Manager, Catherine Connolly at email@example.com