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Organisational practice

In order for frontline professionals to do their best, structures must be in place to enable gender-responsive interventions.

This means:

  • recognising challenges of working with women experiencing multiple disadvantage
  • providing sufficient staff support – informal and line management/clinical supervision
  • continued staff development
  • engaging with partners to develop integrated multi-agency responses
  • challenging and working to eliminate causes of women’s multiple disadvantage
  • being aware of the need to develop cultural competence and address issues relating to intersectionality