This session discusses the vilification of people with disabilities. Are people actually hated, criticised or put down because of their disability? Is this a problem in Australia? The audience will be invited to contribute their views on whether this is really a problem, and if so, should it be addressed by changing the law?
Tuesday 27th March, 2012: 1:30am - 2:15am
Deborah Randa, Solicitor, Disability Discrimination Legal Service (DDLS)
Deborah has worked extensively in the family court system and community legal services prior to starting work at the Disaiblity discrimination legal Service. She has also been involved with some community education projects and has been involved with many community organisations where she has provided her services on a voluntary basis.Photo of Deborah Randa, Solicitor, Disability Discrimination Legal Service (DDLS)