MC for 'Putting rights centre stage'
Julie Phillips has been working in the disability sector for more than 20 years, since she began as a community worker for the Victorian Deaf Society in 1989.
Julie is a board member of Disability Advocacy Victoria Inc. (DAV) – formerly known as Victorian Disability Advocacy Network (VDAN), which was established in 2003.
DAV is the peak body for independent disability advocates in Victoria.
Julie is also the Manager of the Disability Discrimination Legal Service Inc (DDLS). DDLS is a statewide independent community legal centre that specialises in disability discrimination legal matters. It provides free legal services, works towards the eradication of disability discrimination, and facilitates and promotes justice for people with disability through community legal education sessions.