Rights and attitudes – what do you think?

21 May 2020
  • 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:

    • think
    • feel
    • believe
  • 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.

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