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Linda Moon
Sydney Morning Herald
Saturday 20th April, 2019
Those with disability experience more discrimination than any other group within society. Of all discrimination cases lodged with the Australian Human Rights Commission in 2016-17, 37 per cent were on
Job Access
Thursday 18th April, 2019
This toolkit includes short video guides and downloadable resources with practical advice on disability and employment - from inclusive policies and recruitment, to workplace changes and managing staff. Topics covered
Luke Henriques-Gomes
The Guardian
Thursday 28th March, 2019
A study commissioned by autism peak body Amaze, and described as an Australian-first by its authors, surveyed the employment experiences of those living with autism and their carers, as well
Luke Michael
Pro Bono News
Friday 25th January, 2019
Disability groups are split on whether Labor’s plan to direct government contracts to disability enterprises is a good move, with critics of the plan saying people with disability in these
Laurie Lawira
SBS News
Thursday 3rd January, 2019
Surrounded by other budding entrepreneurs at a startup incubator in Sydney's inner-city, Oliver Morton-Evans is explaining how he is hoping to help stroke and spinal cord injury patients.
Alison Freeman, PCC Employment Lawyers
Mondaq
Thursday 13th December, 2018
A recent case before the Victorian Supreme Court of Appeal, Ferris v State of Victoria [2018] VSCA 240, serves as a reminder for employers that they can be found guilty of unlawful
Maggie Coggan
Pro Bono Australia
Monday 3rd December, 2018
When disability advocate and entrepreneur, Christina Ryan, realised workplace programs helping people with disability into leadership roles were non-existent, she got angry. And then she started the Disability Leadership Institute,
Maggie Coggan
Pro Bono News
Monday 19th November, 2018
The federal government has unveiled a joint employment taskforce to tackle high rates of disability unemployment, but service providers have raised concerns about whether enough is being done to include
Maggie Coggan
Pro Bono News
Wednesday 7th November, 2018
Building a lego robot is not a usual prerequisite for a career in IT. But for Peter Middleton, a job interview specifically designed to showcase the unique skills and abilities
Luke Michael
Pro Bono News
Friday 2nd November, 2018
The federal government’s outsourced jobseeker program is a “special kind of hell” for welfare recipients with mental health issues, a Senate inquiry has heard.
Kantar Public
Department of Social Services (DSS)
Monday 1st October, 2018
In order to determine barriers different employers and businesses in Australia face to employing people with disability, The Department of Social Services (DSS)  commissioned Kantar Public  to undertake a program of research with
Jarad McLoughlin
SBS
Thursday 25th October, 2018
For most disabled people who are trained at university in journalism, the biggest challenge is convincing employers to pay attention to their skills and talents, and ignore those who dispute