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Library Resource Guides: #3 Social justice and activism

About this guide

The industrial and professional standards of nurses, midwives and carers in Victoria rely on active members who promote & defend the industrial, professional, occupational health and safety, social, political and democratic values that underpin the profession. We hope these resources inspire you to get involved.

Little books on big ideas: available from the ANMF (Vic Branch) Library

ANMF social justice policies

Relevant articles (subscription required)

For assistance finding quality articles see the Finding journal articles online library resource guide

Do not pay for any articles, always check with the ANMF (Vic Branch) library. Submit an article request form (free for members)

Union activism

Read about programs run by Victorian Trades Hall Council (VTHC) that include a placement to learn more about ANMF (Vic Branch), activism and social justice

Social justice topics

Resources to inform and inspire social justice in healthcare environments as carer, colleague and advocate.

Provide respectful and inclusive health care and workplaces for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse, intersex, and queer and questioning patients, students and colleagues

Progressive pride flag

ANMF has a sexuality, sex and gender diverse position statement [PDF] outlining the evidence-base and ANMF's position, providing guidance to members for their practice and at their workplaces

Treatment of asylum seekers and refugees

ANMF has a policy [PDF] for supporting the right for people seeking asylum in Australia to be humanely treated, regardless of how they entered Australia or country of origin.

Health access and equity for First Nations peoples

Care for survivors of family violence

For assistance finding quality articles see the Finding journal articles online library resource guide

Do not pay for any articles, always check with the ANMF (Vic Branch) library. Submit an article request form (free for members)