Disability Council NSW

The Disability Council is the official advisory body to the NSW Government. The purpose of the Council is to provide the Minister for Disability Services and NSW Government with independent advice on matters that affect people with disability in NSW.

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  • Inclusion is about U and I

    The 2015 Don't DIS my ABILITY campaign has been officially announced by the Minister for Disability Services, the Hon John Ajaka and will run right through to 13 December. Don't DIS my ABILITY celebrates the diversity and ability of people with disability and encourages everyone to get an attitude to include.


  • NSW Ombudsman Training Calendar February-June 2016

    The NSW Ombudsman offers a range of quality, affordable training workshops based on almost 40 years of experience in assisting the public, government agencies and non-government organisations to improve their administrative conduct, decision-making and standards of service delivery. 

  • Young Leaders 2016

    My Choice Matters are helping to build the next generation of savvy leaders! There are a few spots left in the free youth leadership program My Choice Matters is running in 2016.

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