QAI is an independent, community-based systems and legal advocacy organisation for people with disability in Queensland. QAI provides individual legal advocacy in support of persons whose disability is at the centre of their legal issue. This is done by way of advice or advocacy within the limitations of QAI’s resources.
ADCQ is an independent statutory body established under the Queensland Anti Discrimination Act 1991. The Commission’s services include: resolving complaints received under the Act; delivering training to business, government and the community; and promoting public discussion on human rights.
For further information phone 1300 130 670.
The Australian Human Rights Commission leads the implementation of the Disability Discrimination Act 1992. This Act makes disability discrimination unlawful and aims to promote equal rights, opportunity and access for people with disabilities. The Commission also performs a wide range of functions to assist organisations and individuals to understand their rights and meet their legal responsibilities.
QPPD is a state-wide organisation involved in systems and family advocacy. Their vision is to build a community which values and includes people with disability.
For further information phone 0447 010 260.
This not for profit entity provides access to justice for disadvantaged Queenslanders by providing legal information, advice and representation.
For further information phone 1300 65 11 88.
Maurice Blackburn Lawyers believes fairness is a universal right and is not just for the chosen few. Maurice Blackburn Lawyers has been fighting for the rights of everyday Australians since 1919 and this is why they are a leading social justice firm in Australia.
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Last updated: 23 March 2015