Review of the National Disability Advocacy Framework
The National Disability Advocacy Framework (the Framework) is the structure that governments work within to enable and support people with disability to protect their rights and overcome barriers.
The implementation of the Framework is guided by the principles and priorities of Commonwealth, State and Territory Disability Services legislation, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, the National Disability Agreement and the National Disability Strategy.
We are reviewing the Framework because there have been significant changes in the disability environment since the Framework was endorsed in 2012.
We want to know what you think about the current Framework to help inform development of the new Framework.