Rights and attitudes – what do you think?
The Disability Royal Commission wants to know about the rights of people with disability.
Rights are rules about how everybody should be treated fairly.
The Commission also wants to know about peoples attitudes about people with disability.
Attitudes are what people:
People with disability say that some attitudes towards them are bad.
The Royal Commission wants to know how to change bad attitudes.
The Commission wants to find out:
- What people know about the rights of people with disability
- What attitudes people have toward people with disability
They have questions you can answer.
You can read the questions in the Commission’s Easy Read Rights and attitudes issues paper.
You must answer the questions before July 31.
If you want to answer the questions you can call the Commission on 1800 517 199
You may find it difficult to talk about times when you were in an emergency.
You can get support before you talk to the commission.
To find a support service go to the Commission’s website.
See what we say about the Disability Royal Commission.
If you have any questions please call us on 1800 424 065.