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All the latest news, blogs, campaign information and media releases from People with Disability Australia, keeping you up to date with everything that is happening with the Disability Royal Commission.

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The Disability Royal Commission will hear evidence this week regarding death of NDIS participant Ann-Marie Smith

The Disability Royal Commission holds its second hearing on disability service providers this week. The 5-day investigation is expected to focus on service provision in South Australia, including the circumstances surrounding the death of Ann-Marie Smith.

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Segregated living situations for people with disability are a recipe for abuse and neglect

The Disability Royal Commission is holding a hearing this week on “preventing and responding to violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation in disability services”.

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Media Release: PWDA celebrates 17-month extension to the Disability Royal Commission

People with Disability Australia (PWDA) has welcomed a 17-month extension to the Disability Royal Commission (DRC) into violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of people with disability, now slated to end in September 2023.

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Paid writing opportunity: People with disability must be heard during Our Royal Commission

If you are a person with disability, and/or part of the Deaf community, who wants to share your thoughts, feelings, opinions or experiences regarding any of the issues raised by the Disability Royal Commission, we want to hear from you!

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