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Friday, 28 Feb 2020

These are some of the dozens of Tshirts local people created for the Warrnambool Clothesline Project. They're now on display in the foyer of our Warrnambool Base Hospital.

Photo: MHS specialist family violence advisor Jayne Hatherall (right) and health promotion worker Rochelle Winnen.

Our Mental Health Services (MHS) collaborated with Warrnambool City Council, Emma House and local communities to produce a thought/conversation-provoking art installation for World Human Rights Day, as our contribution to the United Nations 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence.

Participants illustrated their own experiences, thoughts and interpretations surrounding violence against women on Tshirts, which were then pegged to a clothesline that went for as far as the eye could see on Warrnambool’s civic green.

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