G21 Resources

The G21 Region Health and Wellbeing Plan represents a new collaboration in public health & wellbeing planning across five municipalities in the G21 region City of Greater Geelong; Borough of Queenscliffe; the...

The Growth Plan’s framework for growth provides a planned response for a region of 500,000 people. It also provides capacity to grow beyond this where the provision of supporting infrastructure can be sustainably managed. It identifies new areas for growth that are likely to be required beyond...

The G21 Regional Volunteering Strategy (2012) provides direction for the future involvement and support of volunteers and volunteering in the G21 region, recognising that volunteering is central to a healthy and inclusive community for its future wellbeing and sustainability.

Read about the work G21 have been doing in 2015.

The aim of the Refugee Health Care Pathways Project, was to develop stronger, more integrated, and community-based, health and community services for refugees.

This submission focusses on the inequities experienced by women and identifies systematic and cultural ideas to improve equality outcomes.

Population Health statistics for overweight and obese residents for the Shire are above the State average identifying a need to increase physical activity participation rates in the community.

Regional data showed higher participation rates in men than women, with a significant dropout...

This report aims to understand some of the major challenges for our youngest children, from newborn to 8 years old, in growing up in our G21 communities, as well as to recognise where their health, happiness and development is achieving desirable results.

To view Harry Barber's presentation from the Joint Pillar Parnter Workshop: Your Place - Your Health, click the document below.

This map illustrates the activity that occurs by multi- agencies across the G21 Region. It is a point in time based on participation in a workshop held on 18th May 2017.
The maps will be used to assist in the development of a joined up plan by multi-agencies who share the common agenda of Healthier Eating & Active Living.

Prepared by the G21 Geelong Region Alliance, January 2017. Sourced from the Victorian Population Health 2014 and VicHealth Indicators 2015 surveys.

Prepared by the G21 Geelong Region Alliance, January 2017. Sourced from the Victorian Population Health 2014 and VicHealth Indicators 2015 surveys.

Prepared by the G21 Geelong Region Alliance, January 2017. Sourced from the Victorian Population Health 2014 and VicHealth Indicators 2015 surveys.

G21 Region Snapshot includes the following indicators: 

  • Met vegetable consumption guidelines (%)
  • Met fruit consumption guidelines (%)
  • Daily Consumer od Sugar Sweetened Soft Drinks (%)
  • Met Physical Activity Guidelines (%)
  • Walked for transport 4 or
  • ...

Prepared by the G21 Geelong Region Alliance, January 2017. Sourced from the Victorian Population Health 2014 and VicHealth Indicators 2015 surveys.

Prepared by the G21 Geelong Region Alliance, January 2017. Sourced from the Victorian Population Health 2014 and VicHealth Indicators 2015 surveys.

The Healthy Eating Resource Guide was developed as a quick guide to direct consumers and organisations to resources surrounding nutrition & healthy eating.

A framework “How to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Your Project” is a useful tool for agencies when considering their impacts and evaluation methods for specific projects.

This short documentary, made by Thomas Boarder on behalf of the G21 Freedom from Discrimination Action Group is a film that aims to highlight stories of discrimination in the Geelong region, the impacts, and what can be done to change the situation.

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