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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...

Join our WWDA LEAD Peer Networking July 20!

Do you want to connect with other disabled women? Join our monthly LEAD virtual peer networking event. Chat to other women,...

WWDA Youth Podcast with Charlotte Young – Now available!

For our second last episode, Margherita, Youth Development Officer guest interviews WWDA Youth Advisory Group member and all round advocate...

‘The LGBTIQA+ and Disability’ Webinar Recording

On 17 May, WWDA hosted a WWDA LEAD webinar ‘Intersections: LGBTIQA+ and Disability’ with a great panel of women and...

Join our WWDA LEAD Peer Networking on – June 15

Do you want to connect with other disabled women? Join our monthly LEAD virtual peer networking event. Chat to other women,...

New NDIS Fact Sheet for women and girls with disability!

In 2022, WWDA developed a fact sheet to support women, girls, feminine identifying and non-binary people with disability understand, apply...

Join our WWDA LEAD Peer Networking on Education and Disability – May 18

Do you want to connect with other disabled women? Join our monthly LEAD virtual peer networking event. Chat to other women,...

2022 WWDA LEAD Scholarships announced!

We are excited to announce the selected applicants for our second round of WWDA LEAD scholarships. The WWDA LEAD scholarships,...

Leadership Statement Launch Webinar – Recording Now Available!

On International Women’s Day – 8th March, WWDA launched the WWDA LEAD Leadership Statement with a great panel of women...

MEDIA RELEASE: Women with Disabilities Australia launches Leadership Statement to challenge ideas and definitions of ‘leadership’.

Embargoed until 3pm AEDT, 8 March 2022 Women with Disabilities Australia (WWDA) is calling on all Australians to rethink leadership...

Join our WWDA LEAD Peer Networking-Impacts of Covid-19, March 16

16 March 2022 Do you want to connect with other disabled women? Join our LEAD virtual peer networking event. Chat...

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...

Apply to join our WWDA LEAD National Summit Codesign Committee!

In 2020 WWDA received funding from the National Disability Insurance Scheme’s Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) Program to deliver...

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...

Join our WWDA LEAD LGBTIQA+ and Disability #2, Peer Networking- Jan 19

Do you want to connect with other disabled women? Join our LEAD virtual peer networking event. Chat to other women,...

WWDA Youth Podcast with Carly Findlay Now available!

For our fifth episode, WWDA Youth Advisory Group member Jade Taylor interviews Carly Findlay, a prominent disabled activist and writer...

WWDA LEAD Welcomes New Toolkit Codesign Committee

WWDA LEAD is proud to announce that we have a new WWDA LEAD Co-Design Committee: Janel Manns, Hayley Clapham, Amay...

Join our WWDA LEAD LGBTIQA+ and Disability, Peer Networking- December 15

Do you want to connect with other disabled women? Join our LEAD virtual peer networking event. Chat to other women,...

WWDA Youth Survey in Easy English

WWDA is developing resources on menstruation and contraception for young women, girls, feminine identifying and non-binary young people with disability...

WWDA Youth Want To Hear From You!

Women with Disabilities Australia (WWDA) is developing targeted health promotion resources on menstruation and contraception for young women, girls, feminine...

Disability and Identity Webinar – Recording Now Available

On 11th October, WWDA hosted our WWDA LEAD and WWDA Youth Network webinar ‘Disability and Identity,’ with a great panel...

WWDA Youth Peer Networking

Coming Soon! As part of the WWDA LEAD project, WWDA Youth is hosting a number of online networking sessions. This month, we...