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Human Rights Commission releases disability survey results

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The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has released the results of a survey it undertook in the lead-up to the National Disability Forum which took place on 15 September.

The online survey, which was conducted over two weeks, aimed to identify the most important human rights issues facing persons with disabilities, the priorities for improving their employment outcomes, and the most strategic ways to focus the resources of the AHRC on these issues. For each question, respondents were asked to pick three out of 10 to 16 options. A total of 541 respondents took part in the survey.


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Media Access Australia annual reports

Media Access Australia annual reports are uploaded to the website in the latter half of each calendar year.You can view accessible annual reports in both PDF and Word doc formats.

The latest report is for the 2016-2017 Financial Year. Previous reports from 2008 onwards are also listed.


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12 Days of Access - Peach Emmett logs out of 2010 and bookmarks the Media Access Review' recommendations for 2011

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The holidays draw ever so near as does the end of our 12 Days of Access. We celebrate our 11th Day of Access with a chat with Peach Emmett who shares her view of 2010 from the online communications seat.

Peach is the Online Communications Coordinator at Media Access Australia and joined the organisation in June of this year.

What have been a few of the highlights of 2010 for you in accessibility?

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12 Days of Access - Belinda Kerslake on accessible DVDs, videos and much more

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Belinda Kerslake shares her marketing communication experiences across projects in education and website development, and looks forward to further developments in 2011.

Belinda has spent close to two years working at Media Access Australia, joining the team in 2009 as Marketing Communication Manager.

What have been a few of the highlights of 2010 for you in your area of access?

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12 Days of Access - Dragon dictation and captioned theatre are Katie Couani's top picks for the holidays

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As we edge closer to the holidays, Katie Couani reflects on her experience over the last few months.

Katie started her experience at Media Access Australia as an intern in the marketing department, and is now our Marketing Communications Assistant.

What have been a few of the highlights of 2010 for you in your area of access?

Being a relatively new member of the Media Access Australia staff, my highlights of 2010 are packed into the past couple of months.

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