Have Your Say

The Dignity Project will enable citizens with disabilities to work collectively to gather and interpret stories that may not otherwise be told. These stories will expose infringements of dignity and make recommendations for change that can improve experiences in future. The Dignity Project is committed to using creative methods for disrupting stereotypes, promoting positive images, encourage respect and accessibility, facilitating opportunities, and engaging with people with disabilities in a process of co-design to lead to a bolder and better society.

To share your experiences and stories with dignity and undignified treatment, please visit the link below to participate in the first ever Dignity Project survey. This questionnaire is hosted on the Metro South Health Consultation Hub, a platform that ensures that people will be able to accessibliy and comfortably share about their experiences by communicating in the method that best suits them. Participants in the survey will be able to communicate through traditional storytelling and text methods, visual media, and voice recording, among other methods. Each story will then be analysed and the insights gained will be shared in surprising ways that can reach and educate all citizens and enact meaningful change. This survey has been approved by the Metro South Health Human Research Ethics Committee.

CLICK HERE to access consultation hub

The Community Hub will be launching in April, check back soon or sign up to the THC database and follow us on twitter for updates.