Making Advocacy Accessible

Making Advocacy Accessible

The Making Advocacy Accessible project is a project run by the Commons Library with guidance from People With Disability Australia and the Council for Intellectual Disability. The Commons Library equips people to be active citizens, influence public policy and engage in political structures. Many people experience barriers to being active citizens due to difficulty accessing and understanding advocacy resources.

In this collection you will find Easy Read publications, guides to improving accessibility, and stories of campaigns led by people with disability.

Thank you to the State Trustees of Victoria for funding for this project.

Four people with disabilities in a row. Two are wheelchair users. One man is holding a cane. One man is pointing up to the title which reads What is inclusive research?

What is Inclusive Research?

Guidelines, examples and tips to facilitate inclusive research practices and promote co-ownership of research with people with disability.

A brown naked body- mostly the hand and leg- are wrapped around and crawling out of a rich root system. The title “Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice: Essays by Leah Piepzna-Samarasinha” is above this on a white background.

Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice

Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice is a collection of essays by Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha published in 2018. It is an influential text for disability advocates and all people working to overcome systems of oppression. 

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