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January 29, 2018

FPDN Annual Report 2016-17

The FPDN Annual Report 2016-17 is an interactive document that can be downloaded here. The audited Financial Accounts are available here.
May 2, 2017

ABS Publication – SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC WELLBEING OF ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC WELLBEING OF ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) acknowledges and thanks the First Peoples Disability Network Australia (FPDN) for their review of this feature article. 695
November 1, 2016

Intersectional Dimensions on the Right to Health for Indigenous Peoples

Intersectional Dimensions on the Right to Health for Indigenous Peoples – A Disability Perspective Prepared for the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (EMRIP) study on ‘The Right to Health For Indigenous Peoples’
November 1, 2016

Senate Inquiry Submission: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives on the Recurrent and Indefinite Detention of People with Cognitive and Psychiatric Impairment

Senate Inquiry Submission: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives on the Recurrent and Indefinite Detention of People with Cognitive and Psychiatric Impairment
October 7, 2016

DPO Australia submission: Senate Inquiry into Indefinite Detention of People with Cognitive and Psychiatric Impairment in Australia

DPO Australia submission: Senate Inquiry into Indefinite Detention of People with Cognitive and Psychiatric Impairment in Australia
October 7, 2016

Statement to the Senate Community Affairs Reference Committee Inquiry into the adequacy of residential arrangements for young people with severe physical, mental or intellectual disabilities

Download document here. Statement to the Senate Community Affairs Reference Committee Inquiry into the adequacy of residential arrangements for young people with severe physical, mental or intellectual disabilities   376
October 7, 2016

Why Ignoring Disability will Derail Attempts to Create Parity in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment and Other Social Outcomes.

Why Ignoring Disability will Derail Attempts to Create Parity in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment and Other Social Outcomes.
February 28, 2016

Video: Presentation to the Deadly Deaf Mob Conference 2015

FPDN’s CEO, Damian Griffis and Research and Policy Director, Scott Avery were featured in a video presentation shown at the Deadly Deaf Mob conference in Western Sydney in 2015.