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Have your say on PWDA’s response to the NDIS Review.

PWDA is hosting two online consultation sessions for you – our members – to share your views on some of the changes proposed by the NDIS Review Final Report and the recently tabled NDIS Reform Bill. We want our members’ voices to be reflected in our response to the NDIS Review, submissions to the NDIS Provider and Workforce Registration Taskforce and in our advocacy to federal, state and territory governments.
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Co-design must be genuine, our lives depend on it: PWDA responds to the NDIS Reform Bill

Major reforms to the National Disability Insurance (NDIS) have been introduced to parliament today by Minister for the NDIS Bill Shorten. People with Disability Australia (PWDA) have responded with a call for genuine co-design to refine the legislation to ensure the reforms reflect the needs of the people they’re designed for.
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Media Release: Disability Standards Reform a Step in the Right Direction, Further Action Needed

People with Disability Australia (PWDA) is calling for people with disability to be recognised as equal partners in determining reforms flowing from the Disability Royal Commission and NDIS Review. The call comes in the wake of today’s release of the Federal Government’s Progress Update in response to the Disability Royal Commission’s final report.

Women and Gender Diverse People with Disability Reflect on Leading Change, Our Way on International Women’s Day 2024

On Friday 8 March, to mark International Women’s Day, People with Disability Australia (PWDA) created a space for women and gender diverse people with disability to connect and discuss leadership, overcoming barriers, accessibility and inclusion.
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Media Release: People with Disability Must be Equal Partners in Reform

People with Disability Australia (PWDA) is calling for people with disability to be recognised as equal partners in determining reforms flowing from the Disability Royal Commission and NDIS Review. The call comes in the wake of today’s release of the Federal Government’s Progress Update in response to the Disability Royal Commission’s final report.
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What I want women with disability to know on International Women’s Day

Dr. Haidi Badawi shares the 7 things she wants women with disability to know on International Women’s Day. Dr. Haidi also shares the 4 things she wants everyone to do so we can change the narrative and create a society where anybody, regardless of their skills, has the possibility to thrive and lead.