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The budget pledged $12.5 million for free menstrual products in Indigenous communities. Here’s why it’s needed

By Nina Lansbury, Associate Professor in Public Health, The University of Queensland
Minnie King, Adjunct Lecturer, School of Public Health, The University of Queensland
People who menstruate in rural and remote Indigenous communities face a unique set of challenges, and have a particular need for better access to period products.The Conversation

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