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Q & A with Jane Edge

Q & A with Jane Edge

Jane Edge

Vision 2020 Australia talks to CEO of CBM Australia and Vision 2020 Australia Board member, Jane Edge, as she reflects on the importance of partnerships, a changing organisation and building disability inclusive communities. Read more →

Q&A with John Jeffries OAM

Q&A with John Jeffries OAM

John Jeffries OAM

Vision 2020 Australia talks to John Jeffries, former National Director of CBM Australia and Founding Board member of Vision 2020 Australia, as he reflects on his career in the eye health, vision care and disability sectors, and the lives he has impacted along the way.  Read more →

Making connections: Cambodia and Vietnam

Making connections: Cambodia and Vietnam

Damian Facciolo

Connect: a simple word, but a very valuable concept in the context of a three-country development project being delivered at multiple locations and with different priorities. Read more →

A giant step towards better health for people with disabilities

A giant step towards better health for people with disabilities

Braedan Hogan

The World Health Assembly has adopted the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Disability Action Plan 2014 – 2021.  Read more →

ADDC Day of Action morning tea

ADDC Day of Action morning tea

Courtney Saville

Wednesday 17 July was the Australian Disability and Development Consortium’s (ADDC) Day of Action to campaign for the appointment of an Ambassador for Disability-Inclusive Development within AusAID. Read more →

Ending the Cycle of poverty and disability

Ending the Cycle of poverty and disability

Christoph Ziegenhardt

According to the latest WHO report on disability, over one billion people in the world live with disabilities and about 80 per cent of these people live in developing countries. There exists a strong undeniable direct link between disability and poverty. Read more →

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