The Equality for All initiative ran in 2019, training 11 diverse women across Victoria to share their story. Michelle not only created a series of 11 short videos to highlight these stories, but participated in the project herself and now delivers a keynote talk to Organisations across Victoria on “The power of images to create change”.
Women's Health Grampians - Equality for All project
This is Catherine’s story. This series features 11 women from diverse background covering areas of LGBTIQ, Indigenous, multicultural, Elders and disability. These are real stories and experiences from their lives. Please watch and share.
That Girl is a Prevention of Violence against Women documentary music video project, conceived by Melbourne musician Sarah Mandie.
This is a Community Music Victoria project, supported by the City of Yarra Ranges.
That Girl - Yarra Ranges
This video was filmed on Wurundjeri country, with respect to elders past present and future.
Other That Girl videos produced in this series were filmed in Wodonga with the Indian and Bhutanese communities, as well as Boroondara with their multicultural community.
We are proud to have helped Superfriend for several years now, working across Australia to create videos around the themes of workplace mental health and suicide prevention.
Superfriend Mental Health Foundation - Superfit mates
This video was created to help promote a peer support training program by Superfriend that teaches employees to become mentors to support the mental health of their colleagues and promote positive wellbeing in the organisation.
An inspiring film created with Deb Milera, Jon Kanoa and Nikki Foy, all alumni from Leadership Ballarat and Western Region.
Leadership Ballarat & Western Region: Walk Together - Indigenous reconciliation
A highlight video from a Community of Practice event on the theme of the role of media in prevention of violence against women. This was one of an 8 part series filmed over an 18 month period.
Women's Health Grampians - Communities of Practice
The Grampians Community of Practice is an initiative by Women’s Health Grampians to support people working in the prevention of violence against women to implement better practice prevention projects.