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See Beyond Race was a community-based social marketing campaign that tackled race-based discrimination by featuring local people from diverse cultural backgrounds and their real-life interests.
Schools are an important setting for promoting equal and respectful relationships.
The Streets Ahead program was designed to create supportive environments that increase children’s active travel and independent mobility in all aspects of their local community life, not only to and from school.
There is a long history in Victoria of bringing people from many different cultural backgrounds together through festivals, food and artistic and cultural pursuits.
Based in Melbourne, the Young and Well CRC is a world first collaboration that brings together researchers, not-for-profit organisations, government and industry partners with young people.
The accessibility, affordability and sustainability of healthy food options is essential for good health.
Food Alliance is one of the key partnerships that VicHealth has supported since 2009. The Food Alliance helps to improve local and state-level food systems.
VicHealth has established Centres of Research and Practice that have been strategic catalysts in new developments in public health research, health policy and health promotion interventions.
The Parents’ Voice is one of the key partnerships that VicHealth has helped establish and foster over the last decade.
VicHealth funds Victoria Walks because walking is a great way of increasing physical activity and combating obesity, traffic congestion, pollution and a host of preventable diseases.
The Walking School Bus Program (now Walk to School) is a past VicHealth initiative that gave communities a way to get children walking to/from school again.
For many years, VicHealth supported and invested in the Cancer Council Victoria’s SunSmart, one of the longest running and most successful skin cancer prevention programs in the world.