The Talk Up Project is about empowering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disability to know and understand their legal rights, through the creation and delivery of educational resources and workshops. It has 3 phases:
1. Listening – getting out into community and listening to what legal problems Aboriginal people with disability are facing
2. Resource Building – Working together with community to build resources that help people to understand their rights and how they can navigate the legal problems they’re facing.
3. Delivery – Gifting resources back to the community and running workshops to enhance legal knowledge and empower people to know and use their rights.