Women With Disabilities Australia (WWDA) aims to improve the rights, safety and well-being of everyone that we represent.
WWDA is run by and for women, girls, feminine identifying and non-binary people with disabilities.
About us
Women With Disabilities Australia’s
Welcome to Country
By Trish Hodge from NITA Education and Filmed and Edited by Rebecca Thomson.
We welcome and invite all WWDA members to acknowledge, reflect and seek to learn about the First Nations Countries they are joining from today.

Women With Disabilities Australia (WWDA)

Learn about your rights!

Our Site 2.0

A website by and for women and girls with disability

WWDA is excited to take Our Site to the next level by increasing the accessibility and usability of the website and by creating a whole new co-designed section that will focus on sex, relationships, relationship education and the multiple forms of violence and abuse that affect women and girls with disability.

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LEAD Campaign


We can all be leaders

At WWDA we are so excited to help you build on your leadership skills and connect with other like minded women with disability. Take a look at the activities currently available through the WWDA LEAD Project.

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Join our events!



The Commission on the Status of Women (CSW67) is a global yearly meeting where countries, organisations, and individuals around the world come together to discuss women’s empowerment.

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