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Principle 3 – Challenging and transforming traditional views of leadership

Women with disabilities are not problems to be ‘fixed’, we are problem solvers.  Women With Disabilities Australia’s (WWDA) LEAD Project’s...

Principle 2 – Value diversity and lived experience

Promoting the status of women and girls with disabilities in all our diversity.  Women with Disabilities Australia (WWDA) recognises the...

Principle 1 – Lead by lifting others up

Leadership that creates space for others to join, feel and be heard too. Women with Disabilities Australia’s (WWDA) first leadership...

How can you LEAD in your business?

Women with Disabilities Australia (WWDA) is a Disabled People’s Organisation for women, girls, feminine identifying people, and nonbinary folk with...

WWDA LEAD Scholarships NOW OPEN!

The WWDA LEAD scholarships offer all existing and new WWDA members an opportunity to apply for a range of leadership...

WWDA LEAD Scholarships Round Two – Open Soon

The WWDA LEAD scholarships offer all existing and new WWDA members an opportunity to apply for a range of leadership...

Share your story with the DRC

A Royal Commission is a way the Australian Government can look into a big problem. In 2019, the Australian Government...

WWDA’s first Newsletter for 2021

We are sorry, we sent the wrong link! If you were looking for the May Newsletter go here: https://wwda.org.au/2021/05/may-2021-newsletter-from-wwda/ Our...

November newsletter from WWDA

Yesterday we sent out a WWDA Newsletter to our members and subscribers with updates from the team and the industry....

Disability Royal Commission: WWDA’s Response to Employment Issues Paper

In 2020 the Disability Royal Commission released an issues paper on Employment. The issues paper asked 9 questions about why...