Resource Compendium: Service, Organisation and Project Links

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Resources: Service, Organisation and Project Links
  • Ask Lois

    A secure website providing a free legal online information service (lois) for community members in NSW

  • DisAbled Women's Network Ontario

    A website full of resources, including access checklists and toolkits. Please note that this document has been developed for use in another country, where the policy and legislative framework may differ from the Australian context.

  • People With Disability Australia (PWDA)

    We have a vision of a socially just, accessible, and inclusive community, in which the human rights, citizenship, contribution, potential and diversity of all people with  disability are recognised, respected and celebrated.

  • Safe Place: Ending Sexual and Domestic Violence
  • A website of resources, including a variety focussed on disability service provision. Please note that this document has been developed for use in another country, where the policy and legislative framework may differ from the Australian context.

  • Sexual Assault in Disability and Aged Care (SADA) Project

    This website has been developed as a resource for residential disability and aged-care services in New South Wales. It aims to provide information, tools and contact points for both managers and direct-care workers in these services.

  • Women Enabled
  • Women Enabled advocates and educates for the human rights of all women and girls, with an emphasis on women and girls with disabilities, and works tirelessly to include women and girls with disabilities in international resolutions, policies and programs addressing women's human rights and development. Please note that this document has been developed for use in another country, where the policy and legislative framework may differ from the Australian context.

  • Women Working Alongside Women with Disabilities (WWILD) Sexual Violence Prevention Service (QLD)
  • WWild Sexual Violence Prevention Service aims to achieve social justice and systemic change that will uphold the rights of women with intellectual and learning disabilities to live free from violence.

  • Women With Disabilities Australia

    Women With Disabilities Australia (WWDA) is the peak organisation for women with all types of disabilities in Australia. WWDA is run by women with disabilities, for women with disabilities. It is the only organisation of its kind in Australia and one of only a very small number internationally. WWDA's work is grounded in a human rights based framework which links gender and disability issues to a full range of civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights. This rights based approach recognises that equal treatment, equal opportunity, and non-discrimination provide for inclusive opportunities for women and girls with disabilities in society. It also seeks to create greater awareness among governments and other relevant institutions of their obligations to fulfil, respect, protect and promote human rights and to support and empower women with disabilities, both individually and collectively, to claim their rights.