A system of credits would go a long way to ensuring carers are not penalised in retirement for their selfless service, writes Myra Hamilton.
UNSW Master of Policy Studies graduate Su Pon Chit is putting her new knowledge into practice, advocating for people with a disability and promoting change in Myanmar.
A new resource is being launched to tackle mental health problems among people with an intellectual disability and to improve the system that is currently failing them.
Disability Discrimination Commissioner Graeme Innes has told a UNSW public forum that increased employment for disabled Australians is critical to reducing the cost of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
A panel of experts, including Disability Discrimination Commissioner Graeme Innes, will tackle some of the thorny issues surrounding disability at UNSW's new public lecture series, Says Who?
People with disabilities face extraordinary barriers to justice, experts have warned at an Australian Human Rights Commission meeting held at UNSW.
Two UNSW partnerships focusing on the mental well-being of rural children and people with intellectual disabilities have won significant federal government funding.
The rollout of the NDIS is a step forward in establishing universal disability support for all Australians, but as always, the devil is in the detail, write Karen Soldatic and Leanne Dowse.
Parents of children with disabilities who self-manage their funding support are significantly happier than other carers, an Australian-first study has found.
Australian attitudes towards people with a disability are still largely negative, a Social Policy Research Centre project has found.