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Stephen Walter Excellence in Health Promotion Marketing


The way we communicate about health and wellbeing matters. This category acknowledges an effective and innovative health promotion campaign and/or communications activity.

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2022 winner for the Stephen Walter Excellence in Health Promotion Marketing Award

Let’s Bring Change Together

DPV Health

Women wearing traditional Indian saris in front of a table covered in food

A co-designed and community-led campaign created for the South Asian women in the Whittlesea community to highlight the issue of family violence, motivate discussion and promote the importance of feeling safe. 

Let’s Bring Change Together


2022 finalists for the Stephen Walter Excellence in Health Promotion Marketing Award


Food Fight

Cancer Council

School girl in uniform in front of a bus with unhealthy food advertising on it

Food Fight addressed the unhealthy food and drink marketing seen by children, generating 10,000 signatures for a petition to remove unhealthy food and drink marketing near schools and on public transport. 

Food Fight!


COVID-19 Youth Ambassadors: Using co-designed Instagram and TikTok content to promote public health

Youth Affairs Council Victoria

Young people in front of a green background making peace and love and gestures


Co-designed by a diverse group of young people, the campaign encouraged COVID-safe behaviour via a Instagram and TikTok channels.



SAFE ALWAYS LGBTIQ Family & Same-Sex Violence

Thorne Harbour Health

Campaign posters from SAFE ALWAYS LGBTIQ Family and Same-Sex Violence showing people hugging in pictures - Captions say "Two hours later he broke my jaw" and "She told me I couldn't see my friends" - No one deserves violence ever - Everyone deserves to be safe. Always. Everyone deserves equality and respect - Thorne Harbour Health -

Putting a spotlight on LGBTIQ family and same-sex domestic violence, the campaign raises awareness and identifies pathways for support.

Safe Always

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Artwork by Dexx (Gunditjmara/Boon Wurrung) ‘Mobs Coming Together’ 2022
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Artwork Credit: Dexx (Gunditjmara/Boon Wurrung) ‘Mobs Coming Together’ 2022, acrylic on canvas. Learn more about this artwork.