Australian Disability + Development Consortium

ADDC is an Australian based, international network focusing attention, expertise and action on disability issues in developing countries; building on a human rights platform for disability advocacy.

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Questionnaire: Empowerment of Women who are Blind or Partially Sighted

Survey questionnaire for blind-partially sighted women -eng World Blind Union Members are requested to share this survey with blind and […]

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Marking 10 Years of ADDC and International Day of People with Disability

Parliamentarians and representatives of the Australia disability and aid and development sectors gathered this morning at Parliament House, Canberra to […]

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ADDC Panel at the ACFID Conference

An inspiring group of women spoke on a panel at the ADDC-hosted concurrent session at this year’s ACFID Conference in […]

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Upcoming Events

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DFAT Disability Inclusion Webinar (20 Dec 2017, 2.00pm-3.00pm)

Thursday, 7th Dec 2017

In this webinar DFAT presenters will focus on disability-inclusive development which is a priority for Australia’s international engagement. They will […]

International Day of People with Disability 2017

Monday, 20th Nov 2017

In 1992, the UN General Assembly sanctioned December 3 to be marked as the International Day of People with Disability. […]

ISAAC Conference 2018 (21-26 July, 2018)

ISAAC is excited to announce the 18th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication, ISAAC 2018, […]


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Inclusion Made Easy

A guide to making programs and events disability inclusive.

Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Management – Voices from the field & good practices

A collection of good practices of inclusion of persons with disabilities in Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and recovery practices.

Making the SDGs count for women and girls with disabilities

An Issue Brief from UN Women outlining the current situation for women and girls with disabilities and highlighting the opportunities within the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals to address the rights and demands of women with disabilities as a priority.