Tuesday, September 23, 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

 

The Advocate September 2014 Word PDF 

  • Real equality, or just more of the same? Labor Women’s Conference, August 2014

 Word PDF

  

  • Access to domestic violence law for people with disabilities: Frequently asked questions

Word PDF 

 

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

Word PDF 

 

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Self-advocacy groups


Come join our Self-advocacy group every Thursday from 1 – 2:30pm in the Griffin Centre. Our planned topics for the next 8 weeks are:

25 September – Floriade visit (weather pending) & Wellbeing

2 October – All about work

9 October – Dealing with Neighbourhood Problems

All people with disabilities are welcome to attend and groups are free.
Women with disabilities and violence Inclusion and Awareness Training
This workshop is highly interactive and includes examples, question and answer sessions, small group work, and individual worksheets and scenarios. Participants will gain an understanding of the barriers facing women with disabilities in addressing violence in their lives and good practice strategies to address these barriers.
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See our full Training Calendar here: Training calandar

Read all our Publications here: Publications

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