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ME/CFS SOUTH AUSTRALIA INC

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Shaping The Future Of Disability Policy In Australia For 2020 And Beyond

Thursday 6 June 2019

 

From dss.engage.gov.au:

 

DSS Engage
 

Shaping the future of disability policy for 2020 and beyond

Consultation period:
29 April 2019 - 12:01 am
To
5 July 2019 - 11:59 pm

© Commonwealth of Australia 2019.

The National Disability Strategy 2010-2020 is about creating a more inclusive society that enables Australians with disability to fulfil their potential as equal citizens.

It is also the main way Australia implements the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Australia, making sure people with disability can participate in all areas of Australian life.

The Strategy is a shared commitment by all governments to work together to improve the lives of Australians with disability by guiding governments and other organisations to build the wellbeing of people with disability and their carers.

 

 

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How can you be involved?

The first stage of consultation takes place between April and July 2019.

There will be a range of options available to ensure you can have a say. Importantly, all consultation will be accessible to people will disability.

You can have your say through:

  • a public survey (available from mid-April)
  • face-to-face community workshops in every state and territory (beginning 29 April)
  • and online forum (beginning from mid-May).

Visit the Fact Sheet, Easy Read Fact Sheet or Frequently Asked Questions for more information about the consultations.

Public survey

A public survey is available for you to have your say without having to attend a workshop. It has questions about your views on:

  • The attitudes of people towards disability
  • What things are still issues or barriers for people with disability and what has improved
  • What is important to make a national disability strategy work well.

The survey is available in an online version, an interactive Easy Read PDF version, and will shortly be available in an Auslan video version.

 

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