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Posted on Tuesday 13th April 2021

Read more on Employment in Australia for people with disability.

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Tuesday 13th April 2021     Dignity Project, Have Your Say Forum, Employment


Weekly Guest Blog - Lindsay Nott - My C5 Life

Weekly Guest Blog - Lindsay Nott - My C5 Life

Posted on Thursday 8th April 2021

This week, we are joined on the blog by our inspiring guest Lindsay Nott from My C5 Life.

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Thursday 8th April 2021     Lindsay Nott, My C5 Life, Dignity Project


Equity takes courage

Equity takes courage

Posted on Thursday 1st April 2021

Hear from THC Ambassador Dr Dinesh Palipana OAM about his story and employment.

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Thursday 1st April 2021     Employment, THC Ambassador, Dignity Project


Andrew Gall: ‘Try a little kindness’

Posted on Wednesday 17th March 2021

To celebrate National Close The Gap Day we invited Andrew Gall, kurina – a pakana man from Iutruwita to be our guest for this week’s The Hopkins Centre Dignity Project blog.

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The Dignity Project Interview with Louise Sauvage OAM

Posted on Wednesday 17th March 2021

Paralympic athlete and coach for the NSW Institute of sport wheelchair track and road program

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The Dignity Project celebrates International Women’s Day 2021

Posted on Thursday 4th March 2021

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we are honoured to invite Julia Robertson, a recognised disability and inclusion advocate, as our guest on the Dignity Project blog.

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Dwayne Fernandes: Mind's at play

Posted on Wednesday 24th February 2021

For this week’s guest blog, we have the pleasure of hearing from Dwayne Fernandes, Co-Founder of ‘Minds at Play’, and Diversity and Inclusion Partner at NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.

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Guest Blog: Gary Allen, CEO Enabled.vip

Posted on Thursday 18th February 2021

It has been estimated that 4.4 million Australians live with disability, 2.1 million of whom are of working age (Australian Network on Disability 2020). However, research by the Productivity Commission has found that people with disability are among the most disadvantaged in Australia (Productivity Commission 2011), with low participation rates resulting in reduced income.

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