AFMW acknowledges that anthropogenic climate change is an urgent global health and urgent women’s health challenge which occurs mainly due to human related greenhouse gas emissions which results in global warming which is accelerating and will not stabilise without significant human effort at national and international levels to mitigate them.
National Reconciliation Week is held from May 27 to June 3. AFMW stands with all Australians during this week, National Reconciliation Week, to learn about our shared cultures and histories.
The AFMW recognises the Global COVID-19 Pandemic as a health emergency first and foremost, in addition to its profound social and financial consequences.
With an AFMW membership, experience:
Enjoy leadership development, networking & mentoring opportunities. Plus join the AFMW leadership skills database.
Become actively involved in key issues surrounding the health and wellbeing of women and children, in Australia and globally.
Automatic membership of the Medical Women’s International Association, an organisation with United Nations representation.
Special Event Access
Receive invitations to access and attend educational and social events.
Member Only Resources
Access to our members only discussion forum, directory, special updates and e-newsletters.
Interested in being involved?
We welcome new members and participation in AMFW activities.