Making Victoria more inclusive of people with disability is vital to our communities and our economy. The state disability plan sets out the blueprint for how we will work across government to achieve this.
The Victorian Government has invested in supporting the social, economic, and civic participation of people with disability in Victoria through Absolutely everyone: state disability plan 2017-2020. Absolutely everyone has been the framework to achieve the vision of an inclusive Victoria in which people with disability live satisfying everyday lives. Absolutely everyone was developed through extensive consultation with the community so that it truly reflected the priorities of people with disability in Victoria.
Victoria has a proud history of championing the inclusion and rights of people with disability. The Victorian Government wants the next state disability plan to continue to create more opportunities for people with disability and to drive lasting positive change.
Our consultation period will run from 3 December 2019 to 31 March 2020.
Welcome to 2020!
We have our first website poll question for you.
How should we set out a description of disability and a human rights approach in the next State disability plan? Put down your thoughts here!
State disability plan 2021-2024 consultation paper
Braille hard copies are available on request.
All audio files can be found here.
To make a submission, please click here. You can submit any file type of your choice including documents, videos, photos and audio files.
The consultation paper covers six topics and we encourage you to read these ahead of participating in the discussion forums.
The six topics are presented as separate discussion forums for people to engage with over the consultation period. If the topic you want to cover is not included you can start a conversation using the general discussion topic page.
General discussion topics - If you are interested in starting a conversation on a topic that is not in the consultation paper, then you can start the conversation here.
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