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Key disability advocacy groups join with ACOSS to urge Government to act on DSP Senate Inquiry Report

Whilst there are some welcome recommendations in the Report, we urge the government to take responsibility for taking action on addressing the level of need and distress that people with disability experience while trying to survive on income support. Australia…
On the right is a chainlink fence, topped with barbed wire. The background is an out of focus bright blue sky with drifting clouds.

First Nations people with disability and the criminal justice system – Part 2

Photo courtesy of Markus Spiske on Unsplash Marisa Sposaro (Doin’ Time, 3CR) interviews Peta MacGillivray (Social Policy and Research, UNSW Sydney) on First Nations people with disability and the criminal justice system. Listen to the full interview here: Transcript: Marisa:…
The camera looks through the centre of a coil of barbed wire attached to a fence. Through the gaps in the wire we see a long, 3brown building, a square tower, an electricity pole and, in the far distance, tree covered hills.

First Nations people with disability and the criminal justice system – Part 1

Photo courtesy of Hédi Benyounes on Unsplash Marisa Sposaro (Doin’ Time, 3CR) interviews Professor Eileen Baldry (Criminologist, UNSW Sydney) on First Nations people with disability and the criminal justice system. Listen to the full interview here: Transcript: Marisa: Today on…