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Media Release: We call on this Parliament to deliver secure, sustainable and sufficient funding for the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

Many small wooden cubes, with letters on them, in piles, with ones that spell 'funding' in a row at the centre.To cement the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) as a universal system for all Australians, sufficient and sustainable funding must be secured now, while there is strong bipartisan commitment.

The NDIS must not become a ‘political football’.

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A Joint Statement by Disabled People’s Organisations Australia, Australian Federation of Disability Organisations, and the Australian Council of Social Service

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