As one of the Abbott Government’s key policy reform areas attracting significant political and community attention since coming into office, Australia’s overseas aid program is a difficult space to have a voice.
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Adjusting to living life with vision loss can prove to be challenging. Amanda writes an honest and heartening blog on how her mum came to terms with, and adjusted to life with severe vision loss.
We’re often told that governments strongly support this initiative or that program, but sometimes it is hard to know exactly what that means.
Lauren Henley blogs about her recent trip to the United Nations headquarters in New York as a member of the Australian Youth Delegation to the Conference of States Parties to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Dr Clare Allen, CEO of VisAbility, blogs about getting ready for the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Sarah blogs about the passionate discussions and presentations at the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Eye Health Coordination Forum held in Melbourne on 23 June 2014.
Although many people don’t know what the word orthoptics means, all it takes is to ask a couple of very simple questions.
Orthoptist, Liane Wilcox blogs about her rewarding work as an orthoptist .
Vision 2020 Australia talks to Professor Sheila O’Sullivan about her dynamic career in strategic political communications, passion for social justice, lecturing commitments and her current role as Chair of the Vision Initiative Steering Committee.
The World Health Assembly has adopted the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Disability Action Plan 2014 – 2021.
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