The Dignity Project

About the Project

The Dignity Project is a digital engagement and analysis platform where people with disabilities can share, reinterpret and analyse collective experiences, enabling them to generate service and design innovations for the future.

The Hopkins Centre Ambassador Council has created this project with a vision to build a supportive community that protects the dignity of people who, as a consequence of their disability, rely on others to live well. The Dignity Project aims to support the fundamental rights of all citizens to be treated with respect in service interactions and to participate in an inclusive society.

Click here to read more about our Ambassador Council and their research agenda and project involvement.

The Division of Rehabilitation, Metro South Health is proud to be leading this joint project with Griffith University.  To get involved, please email us at

 Click here to download Project Flyer 

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