People with Disability Australia (PWDA)
We need more jobs not more doctors
People with Disability Australia (PWDA) shocked by Minister Andrews' announcement today that only government contracted doctors will assess new DSP claims from 1 January 2015.
Do you want to do a Vocational Education and Training (VET) course in 2015?
PWDA has information for people with disability in NSW to understand how to enrol in a VET course and gain the support needed to develop skills or qualifications for employment.
November E-Bulletin out now
November 2014 EBulletin is out now packed with the latest People with Disability Australia disability human rights news, views and developments.
NDIS SCORECARD: Participants to shape the verdict
People with Disability Australia (PWDA) is launching an innovative Citizens’ Jury process to critically analyse and assess the NDIS during the trial period
Senate Vote Blocks BSWAT Payment Scheme Bill 2014
National Peak Disability and Advocacy Organisations applaud Senate Vote to Block BSWAT Payment Scheme Bill 2014
Urgent Call for National Inquiry: End violence against people with disability in institutions
PWDA and WWDA are outraged at the events that were portrayed in last night’s ABC 4 Corners program, ABC 4 Corners program, In Our Care.
Final Report from the Australian Civil Society Delegation
Final Report from the Australian Civil Society Delegation - Review of Australia under the Convention Against Torture (CAT)
Report from the Australian Civil Society Delegation
Report from the Australian Civil Society Delegation - Review of Australia under the Convention Against Torture (CAT)
2014 Annual Report available
PWDA 2014 Annual Report and President's Report is now available.
Poverty: The reality of the DSP
Poverty data contained in a new report released by the Australia Council of Social Services (ACOSS) paints a grim picture for people with disability in Australia.
Welfare cuts target young people with disability
People with Disability Australia (PWDA) is angered that budget saving measures will disproportionately impact people with disability yet again.