Review of DARU Resources & Stakeholder Engagement
DARU undertook this stakeholder engagement project over the second half of 2012 to investigate the relevance and accessibility of the resources it is providing to advocacy organisations, people with a disability, and to self advocacy organisations through their relationship with the Self Advocacy Resource Unit (SARU).
Interviews were conducted with 28 disability advocacy organisations operating in Victoria (that is, those funded by the Victorian Office for Disability or the Commonwealth National Disability Advocacy Program (NDAP)) over August, September and early October 2012. This represented more than 80 per cent of the sector. It was clear from the vast majority of interviews that DARU is seen as a valuable resource for the Victorian disability advocacy sector. As such, it is vital that DARU remains an independent resource, available to all advocacy organisations operating within Victoria.
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- 2. Introduction
- 3. Methodology
- 4. Mapping stakeholders
- 5. Resources provided by DARU
- 6. Accessibility
- 7. Stakeholder Analysis
- 8. References
- 9. Appendix A: Questionare
- 10. Appendix B: CLIP Analysis Form
- 11. Appendix C: IAP2 Core Values
- 1. Executive Summary