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D.D.A. guide: A responsible government

Disability Disability Rights
Friday 14 December, 2012


D.D.A. guide: A responsible
government

The
Federal Disability Discrimination Act (D.D.A.) makes disability discrimination
against the law in many areas of life.

This
includes provision of services of a kind provided by government. All
governments in Australia - Commonwealth, State, Territory and local government
- have responsibilities under the D.D.A.

This
includes:

  • Access
    to places where government programs are being run.
  • Equal
    access to information on laws and government programs.
  • Access
    to voting places, facilities and information
  • Access
    to court buildings

 

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