Seeking your views on disability inclusion in Australian aid
All ADDC members are invited to share their views on DFAT’s future approach to disability inclusion with the Australian aid program.
The Australian Government has committed to disability inclusion as a cross cutting priority in international development, humanitarian action and human rights. However their current Development for All strategy ends in 2020. DFAT’s Disability Section is starting to consultant the sector and partners on what their future approach on disability inclusion should include and prioritise.
The ADDC Executive Committee will be meeting with DFAT Disability Section representatives at the end of January 2020 as a part of the beginning of these consultations.
We would like to hear the views of ADDC members via an online survey.
The survey has three parts:
- The first part focuses on the past and current strategies;
- The second part focuses on recommendations for the future approach, including how consultations will be conducted;
- A final question enables you to add other comments you have at this stage.
The information collected in this survey will also inform ADDC’s submission to the upcoming call for submissions on the review of Australia’s development cooperation policy platform.
ADDC members will be emailed a link to complete the survey to complete it on Monday 9th December 2019.
You can download the survey as a word document below to review all questions before completing it. Note all responses must be submitted through the online platform, Survey Monkey. All members will be emailed a link to the survey.
Not an ADDC member?
Survey Closes – Midnight on Wednesday 15th January 2020
Note: The ADDC office will be closed from Tuesday 24th December to Monday 6th January.