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Yarra Energy Foundation
Power outages put customers at risk, affecting their well-being and daily routines. This can lead to distress and challenges in self-care. While we know outages are inconvenient for all customers,
Associate Professor Sue Olney
DANA
Tuesday 1st August, 2023

This Discussion Paper addresses the problems currently impacting this focus area, the evidence available, and the proposed solutions to these problems.

NDIA in partnership with Scope
Monday 17th July, 2023
This home and living capacity building report is part of working to develop a new approach to home and living.  The research explores supports NDIS participants use to build their
University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and Western Sydney University
Disability Royal Commission
Tuesday 11th July, 2023
The report states that the combination of disability and risk is one of the most explicit forms of discrimination parents with disability face. This is magnified for First Nations parents
NDIS Review
Thursday 29th June, 2023
s from individuals and organisations who have already submitted feedback to the Review. Part A draws out the five most challenging and important issues given the Terms of Reference from
Lee-Ann Monk, David Henderson, Christine Bigby, Richard Broome and Katie Holmes
Monash University Publishing
Monday 26th June, 2023
This meticulously researched book uses archival records to explore the history of Kew Cottages through the trajectory of ideas behind development of disability policy, both nationally and internationally, and the
Michael D’Rosario
Per Capita
Thursday 30th March, 2023
The NDIS was founded upon a three-tier system, with each tier providing a critical and unique contribution to the overall system of support and care for disabled people. Tier
Senate Community Affairs References Committee
Wednesday 31st May, 2023
Under Australia's Disability Strategy 2021–2031, federal, state, and territory governments have committed to improving health services to create better health outcomes for people with disability.  Notwithstanding this, it was brought
Translational Health Research Institute
Disability Royal Commission
Monday 22nd May, 2023
The report finds that there is a critical need for improved visibility of people with disability within the criminal justice system and for greater transparency of outcomes in relation to
university of Tasmania
APO
Friday 3rd March, 2023
The Planning Inclusive Communities (PIC) project stems from research on mobility, participation, and the diverse experience of everyday life in the planned and designed city centres, towns and neighbourhoods of
Victorian Law Reform Commission
Tuesday 16th May, 2023
Jury duty is an important civic duty associated with active citizenship. Barriers to jury service in current law and practice are out of touch with community expectations, laws and policies
Social Policy Research Centre and the National Ethnic Disability Alliance
Disability royal Commission
Thursday 27th April, 2023
The report investigates how to improve services, supports and programs for people with disability from culturally diverse backgrounds.  The study concludes that 'good' practice for services involves three key elements,