This issues paper looks at the awareness and recognition of the rights of people with disability.
We want to learn more about the level of awareness that people with disability, and the wider community, have about the rights of people with disability.
We are also interested in attitudes towards people with disability. We want to know more about how those attitudes develop and what can be done to change them.
The paper is available in Easy Read and PDF through the links below: Issues Paper - Rights and Attitudes
Issues Paper - Rights and Attitudes (Easy Read Version)
How to respond
The Royal Commission encourages responses from individuals and organisations to the issues paper by 31 July 2020, although submissions will also be accepted after that date.
Responses to the issues paper can be provided, either:
electronically to DRCEnquiries@royalcommission.gov.au
in writing to GPO Box 1422, Brisbane, Queensland 4001
by phone on 1800 517 199 or +61 7 3734 1900, we can make a time with you to take your response over the phone (between 9:00am to 5:00pm AEST Monday to Friday)
by audio recording
by video recording.
Responses can be in any language. The Royal Commission will translate the response to English.
This information originally appeared on the Disability Royal Commission website accessible through the link below: https://disability.royalcommission.gov.au/publications/rights-and-attitudes