This presentation will focus on the recent development of a learning package designed to assist women with disabilities in representation and advocacy work. The package is based on a partnership model and will be used to resource a pilot advocacy training program to be held later in the year. It is hoped that the learning package and training program will be
rolled out in conjunction with women’s services across the state, empowering women with disabilities to raise their voices and address issues of concern for themselves and other women with disabilities.
Monday 26th March, 2012: 4:00am - 4:30am
Lauren Hayes, Project Officer, Women with Disabilities victoria
Lauren was president of Young Blind Citizens Victoria from 2007-2009, and has also served as treasurer, vice-president and as a general member on the committee. In 2008, Lauren was choir director at Medley Hall, a residential college at the University of Melbourne.Photo of Lauren Hayes, Project Officer, Women with Disabilities victoria