Disability Justice Network, NDIS independent assessments, NSW anti-trans Education Bill, Robodebt and Robo-planning

Thursday, 22 April 2021 - 7:00am to 8:30am
Disability Justice Network Fundraiser Artwork by Judy Kuo


Acknowledgement of country


News headlines


Julia Bak is a queer, takatapui writer based in Narrm. Julia joins us to speak about the Disability Justice Network - a newly formed grassroots collective which has created a national mutual aid fund to provide support to marginalised disabled people.  


El Gibbs is a disability advocate and an award-winning writer with a focus on disability and social issues. El joins us to discuss the delayed introduction of independent assessments to the NDIS, what  disability communities are actually calling for in the scheme and the Covid-19 vaccine roll out for disabled folks.  


Sam Guerra is a queer, non-binary Primary School teacher. They join us to discuss the fight against NSW One Nation MP Mark Latham's anti-trans Education Legislation Amendment 2020 (Parental Freedoms) Bill, which is currently before NSW parliament. Sign the petition pushing back against the Bill here, and find out more about future actions here.


Asher Wolf is a founder of CryptoParty and an Amnesty Australia 'Humanitarian Media Award' recipient. Asher spearheaded the campaign against Robodebt which began in 2016 due to the Federal Government's plan to prevent fraud and recover debt from welfare recipients. They join us to speak about vanishing Centrelink debts and Roboplanning logics of NDIS reforms. 



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