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Do you want to join in the fun of getting active in a low pressure, all-female setting?
VicHealth aims to build safe, accessible, inclusive and equitable sport and recreation environments.
Everyone Wins aims to increase participation in sport of priority populations (people with a disability, Indigenous Australians, people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities, and women and girls).
Some of Victoria’s top sportswomen are gathering in Melbourne today for the launch of a $1.8 million program aimed at increasing the number of women and girls in sport.
By Lyn Walker, Executive Manager, VicHealth
By Jerril Rechter, VicHealth CEO
Steve O'Malley, Leading Firefighter, Metropolitan Fire Brigade discusses how his local footy club has become a more welcoming place for women and families in recent years.
Sam Lane, AFL journalist with The Age reflects on her experiences as a professional woman working with the AFL and the importance of female leadership in sports.
Renee Imbesi, Manager, VicHealth's Preventing Violence Against Women program speaks about why VicHealth developed Everyone Wins and the vital role sports can play in overcoming negative attitudes and preventing violence against women.
Melissa describes the daily frustrations she faces as a woman in sport and her hopes for sports that are free from discrimination and inclusive of everyone.
Mary Wooldridge talks about Everyone Wins and why preventing violence against women in sports is important to the Victorian Government.
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