#MakeItSafeToSpeak

#MakeItSafeToSpeak

The Disability Royal Commission has been running for over a year without offering full confidentiality for people with disability making submissions.

We are being asked to tell our personal stories of violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation, without a full guarantee that the perpetrators will never have access to the information we give.

We call upon our Attorney-General and our Federal MPs to #MakeItSafeToSpeak by passing legislation at the next sitting of Parliament (starting October 19) to keep submissions sealed beyond the life of the Royal Commission.

You can help make this happen by:

  • signing our open letter here,
  • writing to ...

The Disability Royal Commission has been running for over a year without offering full confidentiality for people with disability making submissions.

We are being asked to tell our personal stories of violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation, without a full guarantee that the perpetrators will never have access to the information we give.

We call upon our Attorney-General and our Federal MPs to #MakeItSafeToSpeak by passing legislation at the next sitting of Parliament (starting October 19) to keep submissions sealed beyond the life of the Royal Commission.

You can help make this happen by:

  • signing our open letter here,
  • writing to the Attorney-General Christian Porter using our sample letter,
  • speaking out on social media using the hashtags #MakeItSafeToSpeak and #DisabilityRC.
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