People with Disability Australia provides auspicing and teleconference support to the Australian Network for Universal Housing Design (ANUHD). ANUHD is a national network of housing industry bodies, housing professionals, government professionals, designers & builders, researchers and home occupants who believe that the homes we build for today’s Australia should be fit for all of tomorrow’s Australians.
For more information visit the ANUHD website
People with Disability Australia are partners of a Civil Society Report Project Group which has compiled a Shadow Report on Australia's implementation of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).
For more information visit the Disability Rights Now website
People with Disability Australia supports NSW Disability Advocacy Network (NDAN) a network of independent community-based disability organisations and groups in New South Wales whose primary purpose is advocacy and/or provision of rights-based information for people with disability.
For more information visit the NDAN website
People with Disability Australia auspiced the SADA project which provides a framework for action in which organisations work together to protect vulnerable people in care settings, raise the awareness of the issues of sexual assault amongst people with disability and older people in care in the wider community and provide resources and training on preventing and responding to sexual assault.
For more information visit the SADA website
People with Disability Australia supports the national campaign to raise awareness about people with disability in institutions, to take action to close institutions and to advocate for housing and supports that enable people with disability to live in the community in the same way as everyone else.
For more information visit the Shut In Campaign website
Stop the Violence Project (STVP)
Women with Disabilities Australia and People with Disability Australia (PWDA) with the University of NSW collaborated in Stop the Silence, Stop the Violence as part of a multi-layered approach to assisting women and girls with disabilities under the National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children. Funded by the Commonwealth Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) under the National Plan, the project will provide an evidence base to support future reform of the service system to better respond to the needs of women and their children.
For more information visit the Stop the Violence Project website
People with Disability Australia have long supported the principles and aims of Touching Base which assists people with disability and sex workers to connect with each other. PWDA is also represented on the Touching Base Comittee of Management.
For more information visit the Touching Base website
The White Ribbon Campaign is the world's largest male-led movement to end men's violence against women. White Ribbon engages and enables men and boys to lead this social change. People with Disability Australia actively supports and extends the reach and impact of the campaign and vision.
For more information visit the White Ribbon website