Right to Safety Workshop presented by
Women with Disabilities Victoria (WDV) Gender and Disability Workforce Development Program aims to increase awareness of how to deliver gender equitable and sensitive services as a strategy for improving women’s wellbeing and status and reducing gender based violence against women with disabilities.
Olivia is a passionate feminist and advocate for women’s rights, health and safety. She has been working for five years in the women’s rights space with roles spanning family violence response, international development, gender and disability advocacy and the prevention of violence against women.
Tess is a social worker who has worked for Women with Disabilities Victoria for 3 years. She has a lived experience of Cerebral Palsy which she uses to inform her training to deliver PVAW gender and disability intersectionality training to disability and social service organisations.