What constitutes inclusion? Why is it important? How might it be achieved? As the Australian Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability continues its inquiries, the debate and tensions around inclusion remain. Some people have asked if inclusion is really possible; or whether, given the social and economic context, segregation is a viable option for some? The Disability Royal Commission is seeking answers to questions about how inclusion might be harnessed in policy and practice to support the independence of people with disability and their right to live free from violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation? Join the Scope Professorial Fellow of Disability and Inclusion, Professor Keith McVilly as he moderates an engaging discussion from our expert panel as they explore innovative enablers to inclusion for people with disability and how such enablers might be adopted in policy and implemented in practice.Flyer / More information (offsite)
|Thu 25th Nov, 2021||12:30pm - 2pm||Online|
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- Scope-University of Melbourne Partnership
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