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AdvoKit is here to help people get the advocacy resources they need to support people with disability during the pandemic and beyond.
This is a simple, pop-up website designed to help you get the resources you need right now, so that you can get on with the job of advocating for and supporting people with disability.
We’re writing summaries of key resources to help you get the gist of what government and community organisations are doing to support people with disability. And we’re making recommendations on how you can use the information to help people get what they need.
This website has been developed through a partnership between the Disability Advocacy Network Australia (DANA) and Inclusion Australia. We’re working together and welcome your feedback on the website and the approach we’re taking.
DANA is the national representative body for a network of advocacy organisations throughout Australia.
Our members are independent, Australian, community-based organisations that advocate for and with people with disability. We are governed by a Board of Directors, who are employees and office holders of member organisations. We have set up a national secretariat in Canberra and maintain strong links with each of the Australian state and territory advocacy networks and with the peak organisations for people with disabilities.
DANA’s vision is of a nation that includes and values people with disabilities and respects human rights for all.
Inclusion Australia is the national voice for Australians with intellectual disability. We bring together groups across Australia who support people with intellectual disability.
Our state members use their combined experience and expertise to increase the inclusion of people with intellectual disability in all levels of the community.
We also provide policy expertise and advice to government departments and other organisations to drive systemic change in Australia.
We are a member of Inclusion International, the international network that represents people with intellectual disabilities and their families.