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2017 Election Party Response- The United Future Party

We asked the main political parties questions about disability issues. Here is the United Future Party’s response. We will post the responses as we get them. Employment – our first question What will your party do to tackle barriers to employment for disabled people? The United Future Party’s answer: Support a campaign aimed at employers ...

The fight for the future

Sam Murray, our National Policy Coordinator, takes a look at whether we are truly prepared for our aging population. Professor Jonathan Boston warned us earlier this year about the perils of ignoring our long-term interests in politics. This is the case with the challenges and opportunities of our aging population. By 2028, Statistics New Zealand ...

Disability and the Rainbow Community

Allyson Hamblett and Aych McArdle are members of CCS Disability Action’s Auckland Local Advisory Committee (LAC). Allyson and Arch have a particular interest in how LGBTQI+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning and Intersex) and disability issues interrelate. We have a chat to them to find out more.   Q. Can you tell me a bit ...

The persistent advocate

24/4/15 · Posted in advocacy tips

The Ministry of Health has recently released data on the people that use its disability supports. I plan to take a good look. Before I descend into the depths of numbers, I want to be clear about something. Despite what I said last week, there are often more important things in advocacy than data and ...