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

Disability Royal Commission: WWDA’s Response to Violence and Abuse at Home Issues Paper

In 2020 the Disability Royal Commission released an issues paper on Violence and Abuse at Home. The issues paper includes...

Australian Government ‘Stop it at the Start’ website excludes women with disabilities

In response to the launch of the Australian Government’s Stop It At the Start campaign website in early 2021, WWDA sent a...

WWDA calls for urgent action on request to extend Disability Royal Commission

In March 2020, Women With Disabilities Australia (WWDA) contacted the acting Attorney-General, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash to call for...

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....

AWAVA Webinar on freedom from sexual and gender-based violence

On 20 October 2020, WWDA’s Project and Policy Officer, Heidi La Paglia, spoke at a webinar hosted by the Australian...

Disability Royal Commission: WWDA’s Response to Emergency Planning Issues Paper

In 2020 the Disability Royal Commission released an issues paper on Emergency Planning. The issues paper asked 11 questions about...

Media Release: #MakeItSafeToSpeak

The Disability Royal Commission has been running for over a year without offering full confidentiality to people with disability making submissions.  ...

DRC Debrief – with WWDA CEO Carolyn Frohmader

WWDA CEO, Carolyn Frohmader will join Senator Jordon Steele-John, Paula McGowan, Dr. Linda Steele, and Therese Sands to discuss last...

Heidi La Paglia’s presentation at the recent NDS webinar

Last Thursday, 24 September 2020, The Australian Human Rights Commission and the Centre of Research Excellence in Disability and Health...

WWDA’s top tips for interacting with others on social media

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media platforms are now being used by people from all over the world. There...