National Disability Strategy 2021-31 Explained

On International Day of People with Disability 3 December 2021, Australia’s new Disability Strategy was released with an initial investment of $250 million over the life of the strategy.  The strategy sets out a plan through which governments at all levels, working with the community, business and people with disability, will focus on delivering services to meet the needs of all people with disability and create an inclusive Australian society that ensures people with disability can fulfil their potential, as equal members of the community.

This session is hosted by DARU’s Melissa Hale in conversation with Dr Ben Gauntlett, Disability Commissioner at the Australian Human Rights Commission. They will discuss the scope of the strategy, how it works across all levels of government and how advocates can get involved through its implementation over the next 10 years.  


This webinar is part of the Advocacy Sector Conversations forum series which provides in depth expert knowledge on topical issues which directly impact on the practice of disability advocacy.

Wednesday 2nd March, 2022, 11am - 12pm
Natasha Brake
9639 5807
ASC forum

Event Time Table

Wednesday 2nd March, 2022
11am - 12pm