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Meg Clement-Couzner
NDIS Senior Policy Officer . Tweeting & retweeting about & .
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PWD Australia (PWDA) 2h
Why proper planning and easy and quick access to a review of decisions are essential for those of us accessing the
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El Gibbs 3h
This kind of reaction is so condescending and hurtful. People with chronic illness have very real concerns, including about privacy, because we know what it's like to experience stigma etc.
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Jul 18
Disability Employment Reforms Won’t Solve Employment Gap For People With Disability
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El Gibbs Jul 18
Good Victorian legal decision about disability access. "owners corporations must make “reasonable adjustments” to accommodate tenants and visitors with a disability, or risk being found guilty of discrimination."
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Meg Clement-Couzner Jul 17
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Dean @ PWDA Jul 17
At the NSW Electoral Commission Equal Access to Democracy Disability Reference Group Meeting. Long title, but the short of it is that we are advocating for better access to voting for people with . Important in the lead up to the 2019 NSW election
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Senator Jordon Steele-John Jul 17
Let us be absolutely clear: segregation has no place in Australia. Not in education. Not in employment. Not in housing. Women, people of color, LGBTIQ folks and disabled people all have a right to be liberated from it and the hatred that underpins it
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Carly Findlay Jul 17
Disabled people should be able to travel on public transport with ease -including accessing train stations. My former colleague Andrew Emmerson cannot get from Redfern Station to his office...
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Bron Reguson #WeSpeechies #SpeakUp4CommRights Jul 17
Senator Jordon Steele-John “Ableism is a toxic ideology of inferiority...which must be eradicated by education”
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Jul 17
's report 'Future without violence' highlights why a a Royal Commission into all forms of violence against people with disability is so important and urgent
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Jul 16
Human rights report calls for new approach to tackle violence against people with disabilities
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Meg Clement-Couzner Jul 17
Andrew 😍😍😍
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Karen Fisher Jul 16
NDIS implementation in the early childhood intervention sector in NSW - new research report - important evidence of good and bad experiences
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Harriet Tatham Jul 16
When Nicole Lee's husband was removed from her home after she disclosed a decade of abuse to hospital staff, it took her eight weeks to get a shower. She says a new approach to tackle against people with is long overdue: .
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Coffee Spoonie Jul 16
until i see abled roles taken by visibly disabled people at the same rate that disabled roles are taken by abled people, keep the condescending explanations of what "acting" is. thank.
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Meg Clement-Couzner Jul 16
Re staff morale: two fixes: 1) lift staffing cap &stop ridiculous spending on contractors 2) hire ppl w to train staff on our human rights and what choice&control REALLY mean.
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Meg Clement-Couzner Jul 12
Replying to @SalRob310
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Meg Clement-Couzner Jul 12
Hey fellow nerds, do y'all know about this? Parliamentary Library has released a chronology of the
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Jul 12
We were honoured to host yesterday who was in Sydney for an event on disability and robotics at UNSW.
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Coffee Spoonie Jul 10
we need to destigmatize poverty. it's not shameful. asking for money for life essentials, like food or meds or shelter, should not be a point of shame for people. wealth is not a reflection of character. it's not even a reflection of work ethic. it's a reflection of circumstance.
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