People with Disability with Australia (PWDA) through our Advancing Women Project are pleased to invite you to our International Women’s Day event, Leading Change – A Webinar for Women with Disability on Leadership.
It is with sadness that People with Disability Australia (PWDA) announce the resignation of Nicole Lee as our President and Board Director effective Thursday 11 January 2024.
PWDA members are invited to register your interest to join PWDA as marchers in the 2024 Sydney Mardi Gras parade! There is a limited number of spots for participants and priority will be given to PWDA members and LGBTQIA+ community members.
In their address, Giancarlo calls for everyone to accept that disability is part of the human condition, that there is no normal way to be human.
This collection of interviews regarding disability was a collaboration between Louise Darmody and the State Library of New South Wales.
Born out of the dire need to address the shortcomings of the existing support system, the NDIS has emerged as a lifeline for millions, offering a pathway to independence, dignity, and a better quality of life.
A new report from People with Disability Australia (PWDA) has highlighted the significant barriers women and children with disability face when accessing domestic and family violence services.
“To me, good support from the NDIS means understanding my disability from my point of view. It means giving me what I need to thrive and letting me choose the supports that work best for me. It means getting roadblocks out of my way.”
PWDA members approved the appointment of Eva Sifis and Kevyn Morris as new board directors for a two-year term. They join returning board directors Arun Barramundi, Haidi Badawi, Marayke Jonkers, Dr Michelle Hyde, Nicole Lee, Presley Chihuri, Suresh Rajan and Dr Zhila Hasanloo.
In celebration of 2023 International Day of People with Disability, People with Disability Australia and Advocacy for Inclusion will participate in a joint online Members’ Forum, ‘In Conversation with Dr Rhonda Galbally AC and Craig Wallace, Head of Policy, Advocacy for Inclusion, on Thursday 7 December from 6:00 pm AEDT.