Have Your Say
Join our growing collaborative platform, The Community Hub, where diverse people come together in a supportive and accepting community to design a bolder and better society.
About the Community Hub
The Community Hub is a private group where members can participate in fortnightly forums, surveys, discussions and conversation in order to generate research, address the topics of greatest concern to people with disabilities, and work together to deliver meaningful outcomes and social change that promote dignity. The Community Hub is moderated by Angel Dixon, 2019 QLD Young Australian of the Year. Dixon publishes monthly blogs about issues and information that affect dignity.
To join the Community Hub, please click on the link below that says “Join the Community Hub”. This will take you to a short survey where you can register your interest. Your request to join will be approved within 5 business days by one of our team members.
We are continuing to work with Microsoft to ensure that The Community Hub is accessible to the greatest diversity of people, however, we recognise that some may experience barriers. Please contact us to discuss any problems you may have. User testing for this platform was completed by members of The Hopkins Centre Ambassador’s Council and the Centre for Accessibility Ltd., under the direction of Dr. Scott Hollier.
Dignity Project Survey
Share your experiences and stories with dignified and undignified treatment by clicking on the link below called “Dignity Survey”. Your stories have power to enact meaningful change and we hope, that if you are a person with disability, you will feel comfortable to share with us. You will be able to share through traditional storytelling and text methods, video and voice recording, among other methods. Each story will help the research team to gain insights about the surprising ways that we can protect dignity for all people. This survey has been approved by the Metro South Health and Griffith University Human Research Ethics Committees.
Contact The Dignity Project Research Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or online here, if you have project questions or issues.