Live, Work and Play: NSW the State of Inclusion Conference is on 17 & 18 May

Tuesday, 2 May 2017 14:45pm

Don't miss the NSW Department of Family and Community Services ‘State of Inclusion’ conference, running 17 and 18 May in Sydney. The event will showcase the progress being made in NSW towards building an inclusive society for people with disability and highlight the opportunities and challenges for the future.

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Live Work Play NSW The State of Inclusion

The Live, Work and Play: NSW the State of Inclusion event is being held at the new International Conference Centre in Darling Harbour. It promises to be a forum for delegates to participate in the conversation with organisations who are leading the way in inclusive practices, covering a broad range of government agencies, businesses and community groups based across New South Wales.

Media Access Australia’s Client Solutions Director, Geoff Knight, and Accessibility Solutions Profiler, Jack Tyrrell, will be manning the Media Access Australia stand over both days. And Natalie Collins, the organisation’s Deputy CEO, will also be involved at the event, making an interactive presentation on organisational accessibility and how to ensure digital accessibility with recruitment.

The three conference themes this year are Live, Work and Play, and relate to the priority areas as set out in the NSW Government’s Disability Inclusion Plan. An engaging, highly relevant and aspirational agenda will provide opportunities to discuss best practice approaches to community inclusion in relation to employment, tourism and assistive technology.

For more information check out the Live Work and Play event webpage. You can enrol to attend via the online booking portal.

 


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