WWDA membership is open to all women, girls, feminine identifying and non-binary people with disabilities ages 15 and over.
Becoming a Women With Disabilities Australia (WWDA) member is free and a great way to connect with other like-minded people who support our work.
You can find out more and join us on the main WWDA website.
You can also connect with other WWDA members by joining and taking part in the WWDA Facebook community.
The WWDA Youth Network is active on social media.
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Have a question or want to get in touch?
You can contact WWDA’s Project and Policy Officer, Heidi:
Phone: 0448 417 850
The Commonwealth Children and Youth Disability Network (CCYDN) is a disabled youth led network auspiced by the UK organisation, Include Me Too. The aim of CCYDN is to strengthen the voices of children and young people with disabilities through events and advocacy.
As an organisation for young women, girls, feminine identifying and non-binary people with disabilities, the WWDA Youth Network is a member of the Commonwealth Children and Youth Disability Network (CCYDN). WWDA’s Project and Policy Officer, Heidi is also on the CCYDN Executive.
The CCYDN is open to all young people with disability aged 13-29.
You can learn more and sign up on the Include Me Too website.
Do you or your organisation want to share the WWDA Youth Network?
We would like to encourage organisations to share the website and resources with their friends, family and community, so that more young people can become engaged with self-advocacy and human rights.
The WWDA Youth Network flyer can be shared on social media, or printed and handed out.
You can download a single flyer or 3 per page.
You can also choose from a selection of infographics, quotes and pictures on our Share Pics page.