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Inclusion Insight
Inclusion WA's Newsletter
September 2014
Hello Everyone

It is really interesting to read and watch the stories about the Coalition's proposals that would require intellectually disabled workers to waive their right to make discrimination claims over the last couple of weeks. 

For anyone that missed it, the 7.30 Report has covered it well and you can watch that here.

In our office, we also thought that ABC's program 'The Roast' had a great angle on it and articulated (quite sarcastically) our thoughts on the issue. It is a great watch if you have the time.

Let us know what you think and enjoy reading our latest issue. 

Wendy Shenstone

Marketing and Promotions Coordinator


Opinion: Thoughts on segregated activities

By Jo Vassallo.

Our vision is that ‘all people have the opportunity to participate in a welcoming society.’ If we think about what it takes to achieve this vision, it’s really interesting to consider segregated activities, and their place, if any, in working towards it.

Inclusion WA Board Member on SBS Insight

Inclusion WA Board member Prue Hawkins featured on SBS's program Insight  last Tuesday.

The episode looks at whether more people with disabilities should be working – and what’s standing in the way. The discussion comes as the Federal Government reviews the disability support pension.

Fairground 2014 - From a participants perspective

Genevieve shares her experience of planning and presenting a session at this year's Fairground conference. 

Jade's Story

Jade has been working at SSEND for almost a year now.

Jade is now no longer considered a student who comes to get an idea what a job is and is instead a valued member of the team who produces high quality items for classrooms and students all over the state.

Opportunities at Inclusion WA

Due to an increase in demand for our services, Inclusion WA is on the lookout for exceptional people to fill some roles. 

We are seeking a positive and strong role model to work alongside several young men in a Recreation Development Officer position.

We are also seeking Community Inclusion Facilitators who have similar interests and passions to people that they will work alongside. 

You can read more about the roles and what it is like to work at Inclusion WA on our website.  

Inclusion WA Partners and Supporters
Inclusion WA works in partnership with many government, corporate and community organisations to achieve social inclusion.

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