$100 million to uphold the rights of people with disability

The Morrison Government will invest $100 million over three years to ensure people with disability continue to have access to advocacy and legal support.  From 1 July 2022, more than $73 million in grants will enable 59 organisations across Australia to deliver the National Disability Advocacy Program (NDAP).  Minister for Families and Social Services Anne Ruston said the program provided people with disability access to advocacy services to promote their interests and protect their welfare.

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Topics:
Finance, Budget, Government, Policy, Legislation

Author:
Department of Social Services Ministers

Source:
media release

Date published:
Thu 7th Apr, 2022