Resources

CYDA’s DREAM Employment Network

The DREAM Employment Network bridges the gap between young people with disability who want to work, and forward-thinking employers who recognise that diversity fosters creativity, innovation, and success. The aim of the Network is to build leadership skills, inclusive employment pathways, and opportunities for leadership positions for young people with disability. The project was co-designed by … Continued

Women with Disabilities Victoria – Employment Opportunities

Closing date: September 24, 2023

Are you passionate about advancing the rights of women with disabilities? Women with Disabilities Victoria is a vibrant organisation of women with disabilities working for women with disabilities in Victoria. They currently have two vacancies – Gender and Disability Training Coordinator and Gender and Disability Program Support Officer. Any enquiries regarding the role please contact … Continued

Supporting Women With Disabilities Into Secure Work

The Andrews Labor Government is supporting women with disabilities to secure work in the health, social and disability service sectors, recognising the wealth of lived experience women with disabilities can bring to these industries.

Disability Pride Starts Here

This project features content and resources about disability pride created by disabled young people.  It aims to encourage all Victorians to see disability as a strength. Shifting the community perception of disability is an essential part of helping to remove the barriers disabled young people face across all aspects of their lives. There are resources for employers, organisations, the wider community and disabled young people. Around 30 disabled young people in Victoria participated as part of the Project Advisory Group.  The Gallery is an opportunity to meet the content creators and check out their amazing art, videos, poems, written pieces and more.

Disability job providers put on notice

The Australian government’s new system for judging the quality of disabled employment providers will use independent observers to monitor the performance of the programs.