Policy, communications, funding roles at DPA NZ

50 hours per week across (up to) 3 roles The Disabled Persons Assembly (DPA) works on behalf of its members to realise an equitable society, to improve social indicators for disabled people and for disabled people be recognised as valued members of society. We need up to 3 people…
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Disabled floater voter: Education and Justice

This is the third of a series of blogs from the Disabled Persons Assembly (DPA). We have used DPA’s strategic areas of focus, as identified by our members, as a guide to examine key areas of each party’s policies. We have then asked questions that we would like answered from political parties.…
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Disabled floater voters: Employment and Income

This is the second of a series of blogs from the Disabled Persons Assembly (DPA). We have used DPA’s strategic areas of focus, as identified by our members, as a guide to examine key areas of each party’s policies. We have then asked questions that we would like answered from political parties.…
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Disabled floater voters: Employment and Income

This is the second of a series of blogs from the Disabled Persons Assembly (DPA). We have used DPA’s strategic areas of focus, as identified by our members, as a guide to examine key areas of each party’s policies. We have then asked questions that we would like answered from political parties.…
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AGM 2017

The AGM will be held on Sunday 26 November at 10am at the Mercure Dunedin Leisure Lodge, 30 Duke Street, North Dunedin.
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DPA recruiting in policy, comms and funding

The Disabled Person Assembly works on behalf of its membership with Government, local authorities and communities to make sure the views, aspirations and requirements of disabled people are being included. We need up to 3 people to: assist the National Policy and…
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2016 Rehibilitation International Congress

DPA News The 2016 Rehabilitation International congress will be held in Scotland in October 2016. If you are planning a trip to the UK in October you may consider attending the congress in Edinburgh on 25 – 27 October 2016. The theme is Inclusivity. Read more
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