Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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About Us
Advocacy for Inclusion provides  independant individual, self and systemic advocacy for people with disabilities.
We provide information, education, and representation to effectively advocate for positive and inclusive outcomes for people with disabilities.
Advocacy for Inclusion works within a human rights framework and acknowledges the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Advocacy for Inclusion is signed onto the ACT Human Rights Act. 

Whats New:

New Publications

Enhanced Self- advocacy group report, November 2014 

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Submission to the ACT Budget Consultation 2015-16

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Caravan Report: Perspectives of Women with Disabilities

NGO Review 2014 for Beijing + 20, September 2014

Word PDF

Submission to the Review of the ACT Discrimination Act 1991

Word PDF

The Advocate September 2014

 Word PDF 

Submission to ALRC Inquiry: Equality, Capacity and Disability in Commonwealth Laws, July 2014 

Word PDF 

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Self-advocacy groups

Come join our Self-advocacy group every Thursday from 1 – 3pm level 3 at the Griffin Centre. Our planned topics for the next 8 weeks are:

  • 6th November - Social Media 

  • 13th November - Discovering our strengths. 

  • 20th November - Advanced Care Planning and Wills - with an expert guest speaker 

  • 27th November - Self-esteem - feeling good about ourselves 

  • 4th December - Christmas Party - we will being go to a local café for afternoon tea (make sure to bring some money)

  • 11th December - NDIS pre planning workshop in Braddon (RSVP required) 

(This will be our last meeting for the year)

All people with disabilities are welcome to attend and groups are free. No registration nessasry - just turn up

Women with disabilities and violence Inclusion and Awareness Training
This workshop is focused on increasing the community’s capacity to support women with disabilities experiencing violence. Facilitators and speakers include women with disabilities.