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Butterfly Foundation Gender Analysis

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Rhiannon Bruce

on 11 April 2013

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Transcript of Butterfly Foundation Gender Analysis

Audience Eating Disorders
& Gender Thank You For Listening & Gender Conclusions
Represents "all people affected by eating disorders - a person with an eating disorder, their family and their friends" About Us Direct Support Services Training and Education Advocacy & Research Not For Profit Organisation "leading national voice in supporting their needs" Provides: "all people affected by eating disorders - a person with an eating disorder, their family and their friends"
"support for all Australians experiencing eating disorders"
"support for Australians who suffer from eating disorders and negative body image issues and their carers."
"provides a wide range of facilities for service providers and recovery groups" However... ...the website appears to tell a different story. Imagery Get Involved Education Programs Need help? Support Services Colour Style & http://thebutterflyfoundation.org.au/ All 8 manager positions listed are female. Organisational Structure Eight Managers Eleven Board Members "Love and accept your own body" "Talk to your child about the way they feel about the way they look" "The reasons behind the development of Anorexia Nervosa will differ from person to person; known causes include genetic predisposition and a combination of environmental, social and cultural factors." Questions? Implications... Language Inspire Journey Hope Help Protect Access Research Service Delivery Outcomes Advocacy Beliefs and Culture Respresentation Love Inspire Journey Hope Help Protect Love http://www.eatingdisorders.org.au/
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