G21 Resources

The RASHMAP project has been developed to explore the current and preferred service response to improving health and wellbeing outcomes for people from refugee backgrounds in the G21 region.

The G21 Refugee & Asylum Seeker Engagement and Advocacy Group have developed a directory to assist community members, professionals and organisations in the not-for-profit, health and community sectors identify training and workforce development opportunities available. 

CONSUMER INPUT - (Principle that will guide future directions & actions) - (LEAD AGENCY: Diversitat)

Develop a framework of co-design and consumer input. This will assist partner agencies to embed this principle as part of each action undertaken in this project (where...

The Geelong Region Alliance (G21) Freedom from Discrimination Action Group was an active and collaborative group between 2010-12 and sat within the G21 Health and Wellbeing Pillar. The work of the Action Group contributed to the regional health priority of addressing mental health and wellbeing...

A creative arts project that brought together a group of young Aboriginal people from Geelong to tell their stories. Some of their stories illustrate the experiences of daily life, while others reveal a vision of reconciliation where Aboriginal history, culture and rights can be shared and...

Spreading the Message is an innovative cultural arts based project designed to strengthen relationships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal People. This How-to Guide demonstrates how easy it is to replicate a project like this. It outlines the steps required to create a similar project, as...

The G21 Physical Activity Strategy aims to create an environment that supports physical activity by establishing an evidence base to guide policy and decision making at a regional and municipal level.

In 2014, The Economic Value of Volunteering in the G21 region was produced which:

  • heightens awareness of the significant contribution volunteers make to the local economy
  • provides individual agencies, clubs and organisations with evidence with which to advocate to
  • ...

The Victorian Primary Care Partnerships (PCPs) are pleased to announce the launch of the Vic PCP Online Health Literacy Course.

The course has been designed for Victorian health and human service organisations to build knowledge and skills in health literacy...

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