Harmony Alliance has worked closely with women from migrant and refugee backgrounds to examine the impact of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout on their lives, understand their concerns and their preferred approaches.
Harmony Alliance has developed a guide to support conversations about COVID-19 vaccines in your organisation, community or family. The guide addresses gender-specific issues and provides practical guidance for women to facilitate their conversations with families and communities. It includes resources to help those who want more information before getting vaccinated.
Harmony Alliance has developed a series of short animations with young women from migrant and refugee backgrounds. The animations address gender-specific issues and concerns such as having a conversation about COVID-19 vaccines, COVID-19 vaccine and pregnancy, COVID-19 vaccine misinformation, how the COVID-19 vaccine works and the differences between COVID-19 vaccines.
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Pregnancy is a time of great joy and expectation for most women and their families. Following the declaration of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, we understand that all pregnant women will feel a great sense of anxiety, about their own health, and that of their unborn, or newborn, baby. The following factsheets provide information on the impact of COVID-19 and pregnancy on you and your baby.
These factsheets are developed from information provided by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG).
Migration Council Australia has developed a multilingual resource for Australia’s culturally and linguistically diverse communities about COVID-19, its impact and available support. MyAusCovid-19 app is available in 25 languages. With the MyAusCovid-19 app you can: