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Meg Clement-Couzner
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Darren O'Donovan 9h
We can't deliver the if we starve advocacy. Don't reduce advocacy to complaints. Without advocates 1. we won't get the legal tests clarified 2. No data integrity if people aren't supported to effectively communicate their life&circumstances
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Family Advocacy 10h
A message from Karen to Children that learn together, learn to live together. The Time is Now for a NSW Inclusive Education Policy. Come on Trish, let's lead the way and do it for the kids!
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Amy Thunig 11h
This is often true of diversity everywhere, including academia.
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Meg Clement-Couzner 11h
Sad to see candidate advocating for continued institutionalisation of people with disability.
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Escaping Your Comfort Zone Mar 18
Think about your words. Many people are already anxious about moving for fun. It’s not enough to say “I didn’t mean it like that”, or “It’s only because I love you”. No. Stop and think. What words have put you off getting active?
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Michaela Oteri ♿️ Mar 18
portrait for !! (Reposting my older art)
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Womens Legal Service Mar 18
The Queensland Government is conducting a review into the way sexual assault cases are handled. A round-table of experts is about to begin the process of drawing up a new Sexual Violence Prevention Framework. Listen to...
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El Gibbs Mar 17
This is really shithouse. "Indigenous, women's and children's advocacy and peak bodies say they have lost access to democracy after being told they won't be able to attend the federal budget lock-up on April 2."
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Down Syndrome Aus Mar 18
Very handy voting guide for people with disability. Thanks
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Community Legal Centres NSW Mar 18
Everyone has the right to live safe and free from violence. Yet one in five women experience sexual violence and one in four women experience violence by a current or former partner. Urgent change needed for
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Meg Clement-Couzner Mar 18
A key task of this Royal Commission should be to ask, not only how to prevent violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation, but what causes it in the first place.
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DPO Australia Mar 18
We've just published a guide to the available data and evidence about violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of people with disability. Available to view and download on website.
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Meg Clement-Couzner Mar 17
Writing about the draft terms of reference for our : "The Royal Commission must be driven by the experience of those of us who have survived violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation. This should be the first task – to hear from us about our experiences."
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Meg Clement-Couzner Mar 17
The google doodle today features tactile paving! I like what are saying - let's take Seiichi Miyake's lead and make sure all our online presence is accessible for people with vision impairment!
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Dean @ PWDA Mar 14
A fundamental right to vote: Removing barriers for people with disabilities
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Meg Clement-Couzner Mar 14
Finally allowing myself to read about and my heart is breaking for those affected. Violence and hate on the basis of religion and racism must be fought and stamped out. “They are us”. 💔
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Rick Morton Mar 14
Replying to @SquigglyRick
But check this out. McKinsey gets twice the pay day. $5m for reviewing NDIS prices, which would have sent therapists to the wall, and another $4m in one MONTH to fix their own mistakes. Nice work if you can get it.
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Mar 14
People with deserve better than to struggle for funding for the supports we need while millions are spent on outsourcing and mismanagement by the .
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Meg Clement-Couzner Mar 14
Would love a copy too if possible Carolyn, pls?
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Mar 14
You can watch interview Rosemary at our 2018 AGM with captions and Auslan interpretation here:
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