Being menopause friendly in the workplace
Health & Welfare | 5 November 2023
Presentation at Parliament House outlines things that can be done to support employees going through menopause.
Raising awareness on Victoria’s fastest growing chronic condition
Health & Welfare | 5 October 2023
Every day 90 Victorians are diagnosed with diabetes, making it the fastest growing chronic condition in the state.
Gambling and liquor inquiry consults widely
Health & Welfare | 8 September 2023
Youth roundtables, Geelong site visit and public hearings held as part of review of two Auditor-General’s reports.
Playing or paying the odds
Health & Welfare | 4 August 2023
A parliamentary inquiry is turning its attention to experiences that young people have with gambling harm.
Committee voices support for Donor Heroes’ Night
Health & Welfare | 18 May 2023
The Legislative Assembly's Legal and Social Issues Committee would like to acknowledge Victoria’s organ and tissue donors and their families on Donor Heroes’ Night, Thursday May 18.
Clearer language recommended for pandemic orders
Health & Welfare | 22 July 2022
The Victorian Government should improve the way it communicates pandemic orders to the public, the Pandemic Declaration Accountability and Oversight Committee has found.
Committee inquiry reviews Government’s pandemic orders
Health & Welfare | 24 June 2022
The Pandemic Declaration Accountability and Oversight Committee has consulted various stakeholders at public hearings held throughout 2022.
Pandemic Committee provides greater oversight
Health & Welfare | 1 February 2022
The newly established Pandemic Declaration Accountability and Oversight Committee held its first public hearing on 31 January 2022.
Disability Action and Inclusion Plan launched
Health & Welfare | 3 December 2021
On the International Day of People with Disability, our Presiding Officers have launched a Disability Action and Inclusion Plan for the Parliament.
State urged to strengthen air quality enforcement measures
Health & Welfare | 18 November 2021
Victoria should consider stricter air quality enforcement measures and ensure agencies such as the Environment Protection Authority are adequately resourced to police them, a Legislative Council Committee inquiry has found.