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Working towards Equality for People with Disability

In 2016 – 2017, Disability Discrimination Commissioner, Alastair McEwin, spoke to many people with disability about their lives and the changes they need. Based on what he was told, this document outlines the big issues the Commissioner will focus...
2017
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Access for all: Improving accessibility for consumers with disability (2016)

This resource provides practical tips for businesses on improving access to goods, services, facilities, premises and information for consumers with disability. Following these tips will not only reduce the likelihood of discrimination complaints...
2016
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Willing to Work: Good Practice Examples for Employers (2016)

Some employers, particularly small businesses, told us that they would have liked to do more to hire and retain employees with disability and older employees, but were time-poor and had limited resources and access to information. For this reason,...
2016
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Willing to Work - Booklet 1: about the National Inquiry

This is booklet 1 in a series of 4 booklets. The booklets are part of a large review we are doing. This review is called the National Inquiry.
2015
Willing to Work Issues Paper: Australians with disability

Issues paper: Employment discrimination against Australians with disability

This Paper is one of two Issues Papers for the Willing to Work: National Inquiry into Employment Discrimination against Older Australians and Australians with Disability. This paper focuses on issues facing persons with disability, while the other...
2015
Information and Communications Technology in the Australian Public Service – the need for change

Information and Communications Technology in the Australian Public Service – the need for change

The low rate of employment of people with disability in the Australian Public Service (APS) is unsatisfactory in terms of the government’s broader objectives, and from the Australian Human Rights Commission’s perspective in terms of the right to...
2015

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