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ITE-ANZ WEBINAR Gender Impact Assessments
Aug 18

ITE-ANZ WEBINAR Gender Impact Assessments

Date & Time
18 August 2022 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Timezone
(UTC+10:00) Australia/Melbourne

ITE-ANZ WEBINAR Gender Impact Assessments Date:  Thursday, 18 August 2022 Time:  10:00 to 11:00 am AEST; 12:00 to 1:00 pm NZST Venue: Online Cost:   Free As part of the Gender Equality Act 2020, all Councils in Victoria are now required to complete gender impact assessments (GIAs) on all policies, programs and services that have a direct and significant impact on the community. Learn about the process that Melton City Council has undertaken to complete this new requirement and how they have made it work for them. Bonnie will provide context for the GIA process and an overview of the GIA on the Pedestrian and Cycling Plan, that was completed in conjunction with the Engineering department. There will be time for a few questions at the end! Bonnie Coogan is a public health professional with a Bachelor of Health Sciences focused in Health Promotion & Physical Activity and Health from Deakin University. She is an experienced practitioner with a demonstrated history of working in the community health sector, primary care partnership sector and local government. Currently, Bonnie works as a Gender Equality Officer at Melton City Council. REGISTER HERE After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing a link to join the webinar. ** Attendance may be claimed as 1 hour of CPD. **  
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Event Type
Webinar
Event Location
VIC
Contact Details
Secretariat ITE-ANZ
secretary@ite.org.au

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