Hear Leah van Poppel, alongside ermha365’s Social Policy and Advocacy Advisory Isabel Calvert, discuss the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and how it impacts on the disability sector.
Jasmine Jarvis, interviews PhD Candidate Jerusha Mather as she discusses her PhD journey in medical & biological sciences, her motor function in adults with cerebral palsy research, why having cerebral palsy made her stronger, and the importance of inclusivity in STEM research.
This week, Sam Connor, fierce advocate and self-professed “social media assassin” speaks about safeguards, self-advocacy and why she doesn’t care if you think she’s nice.
This week we’re talking to Kirsten Deane, Campaign Director of Every Australian Counts, author of the groundbreaking Shut Out report and all round legend. If you’re feeling a bit flat and need a reminder why you work in this sector, listen to this episode. You won’t be sorry.
This weekly podcast brings conversations with purpose-driven leaders from our local community. Guests join host Mike Davis for relaxed conversations at his home to discuss their career journey, purpose and how they create a positive social impact through their work.
This podcast series is made for Autistic adults and parents or carers of children on the Autism spectrum. the purpose is to inform and entertain you through focussing on the strengths, interests and aspirations of the autistic community. If you don’t have Autism but are interested in learning more, you’ve come to the right place.
“We’ve tested for usability — now we need to look at accessibility.” If you work in user research, you’ve probably heard statements like this. Researchers often go about testing for usability and accessibility as if they were separate things. We typically use one kind of framework to understand accessibility issues and another to understand usability issues.
This series of 10 episodes builds skills in supporting others in their decision-making. This kind of support is particularly important for people in our community whose decision-making has been ignored or undermined. We can help people reclaim their decision-making power through the support we offer.
This podcast explores some of the most complex issues facing people with disability today. In Australia, one in five people live with disability. The podcast gives voice to people with disability and asks about their experiences with employment, housing, the law, supporting families and early intervention. A range of experts including people with disability, researchers and people working in the sector talk about what we can do to improve the lives of people with disability.
A new report commissioned by Pro Bono Australia in partnership with the Human Rights Law Centre, has found that not for profits are on a path of quiet advocacy. The Civil Voices research showed that to a greater or lesser degree civil society organisations are engaging in various forms of “self silencing” – treading very carefully in their advocacy work, less they risk financial security and political retribution.
This podcast series gives voice to people with intellectual disability. It builds the bridge between the research available in journals about intellectual disability and actual practice and how this translates into real life experience.
Philosophers have been slow to address disability – which is odd, because disability raises a host of fascinating and challenging issues around justice, rights and fairness.
Improving the health and lives of Australians with intellectual disability was the topic for discussion at the Dying for Change public seminar and roundtable hosted by the Melbourne Disability Institute on Monday 12 November.
A Podcast for Disability Service Providers transitioning to the NDIS.
Interviews and discussion with a personal and often humorous touch. With guest presenters plus Kate Monaghan and the Ouch blog team. Ouch is available exclusively online.