Tell the Royal Commission about abuse in education

21 November 2019
  • The Disability Royal Commission want to know about the abuse of people with disability in education.

  • Education means things like school, TAFE and university.

    The Commission has 13 questions about abuse in education.

  • Here are some of the questions.

    • What are the causes of abuse in education?
    • What things stop violence, abuse and neglect of students with disability in education?
    • Do you have an experience of abuse at school or university you would like to share?
    • What stops people from speaking up about violence, abuse and neglect in education?
  • You can read all the questions in the Royal Commission’s education issues paper.

  • You can also watch a video by Alistair McEwin.

    He talks about abuse in education.

    He tells you what to do if you want to answer the Commission’s questions.

  • If you want to answer the questions about abuse and neglect in education you can

    • call the Commission on 1800 517 199
  • You may find it difficult to talk about.

    You can get support before you talk to the Commission.

    To find a support service go to the Commission’s website.

  • Find out more about the Disability Royal Commission.

    If you have any questions please call us on 1800 424 065.

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