People with Disability Australia (PWDA)
A guide to sharing your story in a private session
PWDA is one of eleven specialist organisations funded by the Australian Government to provide support to abuse survivors affected by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
NSW 2015 State Election Bulletin Update Out Now
The Hon John Ajaka MLC has provided a formal response to PWDA’s Election Platform on behalf of the Government
Submission from WWDA: 'The Right to Education'
Women With Disabilities Australia have provided a written submission contributing to the development of a general comment for CRPD Article 24 [The Right to Education]
PWDA at 59th UN Commission on the Status of Women, New York
PWDA and Women With Disabilities Australia are participating in the 59th Commission on the Status of Women (CSW59) taking place at the United Nations in New York from 9-20 March 2015.
International Women’s Day: DVNSW and PWDA launch project
Domestic Violence NSW Inc.and People With Disability Australia are launching a toolkit to enhance the response to violence against women with disability.
PWDA 2015 State Eleciton E-Bulletin Out Now
This Special E-Bulletin will provide you with all the information you need to know to participate in the upcoming NSW State Election, which will be held on Saturday 28 March 2015.
McClure Jobs plan welcome, concerns about eligibility rules
PWDA cautiously welcomes some recommendations from the Reference Group on Welfare Reform final report while expressing concerns about eligibility rules
4th Pacific Regional Conference on Disability
PWDA is participating in the Pacific Disability Forum 4th Pacific regional conference on Disability 2015
PWDA backs Inquiry into violence & abuse in institutions
PWDA supports call for Senate Inquiry into violence & abuse of people with disability in residential and institutional settings
A call to action on disability for all NSW candidates
People with Disability Australia launches 2015 NSW Election Platform!
Australian Cross Disability Alliance – a voice
Five national, cross disability organisations form the Australian Cross Disability Alliance
Disability support pension crackdown will only apply to people aged under 36
Government appointed doctors to start reviews with new DSP applicants aged 35 and under, who live in capital cities