QAI made a submission in November 2019 to the Australian Human Rights Commission on the Priorities for Federal Discrimination Law Reform. Summary of QAI’s Recommendations: QAI supports the summary of proposed priorities for federal discrimination law reform. QAI considers that the Federal Government should undertake structural and substantive reform of
QAI made a submission in November 2019 to the Senate Standing Committees on Community Affairs regarding the Effective Approaches to Prevention, Diagnosis and Support for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). QAI’s Recommendations: It is critical that NDIS applicants have advice and support from people who are familiar with the conditions
QAI made a submission in August 2019 to the Senate Standing Committees on Legal and Constitutional Affairs on the inquiry on the impact of changes to service delivery models on the administration and running of Government programs. QAI’s Recommendations re outsourcing of NDIS call centre to Serco Asia Pacific: Improve
QAI made a submission in March 2019 to the Queensland government on their review of state funded disability advocacy. You can read the full submission here.
Read our final submission here. List of attachments we submitted: ATTACHMENT A – RTI 172191 SDA by school 2017 ATTACHMENT B – QPPD_choice_report_2003 ATTACHMENT C – Final QAI Position Statement Regarding the Use of Restrictive Practices ATTACHMENT D – GENEVA Restrictive Practices Involuntary Treatment Factsheet
QAI made a submission to the Queensland Law Reform Commission Inquiry into the Mistake of Fact defence. Initial Recommendations Retain mistake of fact defence, because some people with intellectual impairment can misinterpret, for example, body language, or verbal cues if CALD, but: A proper evidentiary basis must exist before the