There are lots of ways to be involved in DRC’s work. Whether you want to join a campaign, volunteer, or just stay in the loop. Read below for more information.
Some discrimination goes beyond the actions of a single person, employer or council. Sometimes, it feels like the whole world is set up in ways that make life harder for people living with disability. This is called systemic disadvantage, and systemic disadvantage needs campaigning.
Our campaign is called Access for All, and focuses on the problem of accessibility in Victoria’s public transport system. If you want to be involved in making Victorian Public Transport usable for everyone in our state, or have an access story to share, get in touch below. A state-wide problem needs state-wide solutions. The more people who speak up, the better the outcomes will be.
Our members are the DRC. What we learn from members informs the systemic advocacy we pursue, the programs we develop and the stories we tell. Members are active contributors to DRC projects and have a voice in the future of the organisation.
Becoming a DRC Member is free. Anyone living in Victoria and experiencing a disability can join. Membership gives you voting powers at our AGM, regular contact with the DRC and access to free workshops, forums and events throughout the year.
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