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Lines of Inquiry

A series of articles written by academics and experts

The Conversation series: Understanding the NDIS

Community participation is an integral element in supporting people with disability.

The Community Inclusion Initiative

NDS is delighted to have released the newest feature of the Zero Tolerance framework, Human Rights and You.

New free online human rights training for disability practitioners

14 February 2017, University of NSW

Personalisation and the new landscape of disability support seminar

15 February 2017, RMIT University

Research to Action Forum, Melbourne

CADR is looking for assistance to significantly expand the range of research available through the Clearing House.

Casual work available at CADR

La Trobe University is looking at ways to improve decision-making support for people with cognitive disability.

Support for decision-making: Recruiting for participants

A study about people with intellectual disability living in a home of their choice.

Individual Supported Living Project

Each year, FIRAH makes a call for projects to fund.

International Foundation for Applied Disability Research (FIRAH)

A 3 year scholarship examining the intersection between intellectual disability, mental health, and the criminal justice system.

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Research to Action Guides