The Access Alliance recently launched a report by an independent legal research group and funded by the New Zealand Law Foundation: Making New Zealand Accessible: A Design for Effective Accessibility Legislation.
The report sets out the legislative design required to make the Access Alliance’s vision real: to put Accessibility Legislation at the heart of a more inclusive Aotearoa New Zealand. The report details how to create an integrated, people-centred, person-directed system that will remove barriers for disabled people and their whānau.
The Access Alliance are holding a follow-up explainer and Q&A session to go through the report. This will be a “deep dive” into the report, with plenty of time for your questions, discussion and feedback.
When: Thursday 28 October, 9.30am – 12.30pm
Where: Online via Zoom
Registration: Register online (places are limited)
The meeting will be captioned and interpreted into NZSL.