The National Ethnic Disability Alliance (NEDA) is again questioning the policies of the Department of Immigration and that of the Minister after fresh reports of yet further discrimination against people from our culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) communities living with disabilities.
The National Ethnic Disability Alliance “NEDA” holds grave concerns for the many people living with disability who are eligible to access the NDIS given the recent developments in Western Australia with the WA Government deciding to “go it alone” with their own scheme.
International Day of People with Disability Celebrate, Reflect, Act
The 3 December each year is the United Nations International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD). This IDPwD, Disabled People’s Organisations Australia (DPO Australia) celebrates the achievements and contributions of people with disability, reflects on our gains in creating equity and inclusion, and continues to act to make our human rights a reality.
The National Ethnic Disability Alliance (NEDA) has become aware that the Faircount Media Group has published a Media kit in preparation for some further publications that identifies NEDA as being associated with Faircount Media Group and their publications. It further identifies the CEO of NEDA as being a “DDA25” Council member.
NEDA confirms that neither we nor any member of the NEDA council or the NEDA staff, are in any way associated with this publication. We do not endorse or support the Faircount Media Group or the above-mentioned publications.
Call for action to end indefinite detention of people with disability
Disabled People’s Organisations Australia (DPO Australia) welcomes the report on the Indefinite Detention of People with Cognitive and Psychiatric Impairment, which was tabled yesterday by the Senate Standing Committees on Community Affairs.