WWDA Youth Disability Royal Commission Information Session

30 JULY 21

This is your chance to discuss and ask questions about the Disability Royal Commission

This October the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability (the Disability Royal Commission) is holding a Public Hearing on the ‘Health and Safety of Women and Girls with Disability.’

In the lead up to this hearing, it is more vital than ever that our community tell our stories.

If you are a young woman, feminine identifying or non-binary young person with disability (aged 15-30), we are inviting you to come along to our networking session on the 18 August to have your questions answered.

The session will include guests from the Disability Royal Commission (DRC) and the Your Story Disability Legal Support Service to provide information and answer any questions you may have.

Captions and Auslan will be provided. Please let us know any other accessibility requirements you may have upon registration.

Photo of a young woman looking at a laptop and writing notes, overlaid with a white text box containing blue and pink text: ‘WWDA Youth Information Session. Your Chance to ask questions about the Royal Commission.’ At the bottom in the middle is the WWDA Youth Network logo
[Cover Image: Photo of a young woman looking at a laptop and writing notes, overlaid with a white text box containing blue and pink text: ‘WWDA Youth Information Session. Your Chance to ask questions about the Royal Commission.’ At the bottom in the middle is the WWDA Youth Network logo]

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