Royal Commission into violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of people with disability: The key takeaways so far
The Royal Commission into Disability held its first public sitting on Monday, 16 September in Brisbane, Queensland.
This Commission will advocate the human rights of people with disability and uncover the mistreatment, abuse, neglect and exploitation that has allegedly taken place to people with a disability. It’s positioned to examine the multiple forms and complex nature of violence and abuse of people with disability in Australia.
The Commission is expected to receive significant evidence from individuals in private and public sessions as people recount their experiences.
In this whitepaper, we uncover spokespeople leading the conversations throughout the Royal Commission into disability and discuss the key takeaways we have learnt so far.
We explore how the media is playing its role and outline the reasons why your organisation should be informed for the Commission’s duration.
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