ACDA 'Personal Stories and Testimonies'; Inquiry into Violence, Abuse and Neglect against People with Disability In Institutional and Residential Settings
This document contains 70 personal stories and testimonies and is a supplement to ACDA's Submission to the Senate Inquiry into Violence Abuse and Neglect against People with Disability in Institutional and Residential Settings.
Joint FECCA & NEDA Submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission's 'Willing to Work' Inquiry: Employment Discrimination Against Older Australians and Australians with Disability
Joint FECCA & NEDA Submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission's 'Willing to Work' Inquiry: Employment Disability Against Older Australians and Australians with Disability.
The Plight of People Living with Disabilities within Australian Immigration Detention: Demonised, Detained and Disowned.
This paper focuses on the plight of people living with a disability detained in Australian run immigration detention centres, in both onshore and offshore facilities (including Christmas Island, Nauru and Manus Island). It does not examine the suitability
The National Disability Advocacy Framework (the Framework) is the structure that governments work within to enable and support people with disability to protect their rights and overcome barriers.
The Australian Cross Disability Alliance (ACDA) provides this submission in response to the Department of Social Services (DSS) Discussion Paper - Review of National Disability Advocacy Framework (the Discussion Paper).
As part of this project, NEDA conducted a series of consumer-led focus groups with member organisations to gain insights of individuals from CALD and/or NESB communities with a disability and their personal experience with DES.
NEDA believes that it is time for the Federal Government to consider targeted strategies and implement a stronger employment focus in increasing employment opportunities for people with disabilities, especially those from CaLD and/or NESB communities.
NEDA's submission regarding the NDIS Draft Rules from the perspective of CALD people with disability.