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Update from Disability Royal Commission on cyber-security incident

On 23 November 2020, the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability issued a media release following advice fr

Update from Disability Royal Commission on cyber-security incident

People with disability over represented at all stages of the criminal justice system

People with disability, particularly First Nations people with disability, are over represented at all stages of the criminal justice system, the Royal Commi

Overview of responses to the Criminal Justice System Issues paper

Research paper highlights key elements of legislation covering people with disability

The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Violence against People with Disability has issued a research paper listing k

Research Report - Report on the key elements of the legislative framework affecting people with disability

Disability Royal Commission examines education and training of health professionals in relation to cognitive disability

The training and education of health professionals, specifically in relation to treating people with cognitive disability will be the focus of the next

Public hearing 10

Disability Royal Commission seeks information on creating a more inclusive society for people with disability

The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability is seeking to hear from people with disability following the re

Issues paper - Promoting inclusion

Disability Royal Commission calls for greater acceptance and inclusion in society of people with disability

People with disability deserve greater understanding, empathy and support if Australia is to become a more inclusive society, Chair of the Royal Commission i

International Day of People with Disability

Disability Royal Commission seeking feedback on violence and abuse at home

People with a disability who have experienced violence in their homes are being invited to share their experiences with the Royal Commission into Violence, A

Violence and abuse of people with disability at home

Disability Royal Commission recommends changes following COVID-19 hearing

It was a “serious failure” that no Australian Government agency with responsibility for disability policy, including the Department of Health, made “any sign

Report - Public hearing 5 - Experiences of people with disability during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Disability Royal Commission to examine pathways and barriers to people with disability finding employment

Pathways and barriers to open employment for people with disability will be the subject of the 

Disability Royal Commission work unaffected by supplier's cyber security incident

The Disability Royal Commission says its current hearing and its ongoing operations have not been significantly affected by a cyber security incident against

Disability Royal Commission work unaffected by supplier's cyber security incident