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Disability Action Plan 2014-2018 : update 2015 Office for Disability Issues

By: New Zealand. Office for Disability Issues.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Office for Disability Issues, 2015Description: electronic document (23 pages); PDF file: 661.23 KB; HTML and other formats available.Subject(s): FAMILY VIOLENCE | CHILD ABUSE | HOUSING | DISABILITY | HEALTH | INSTITUTIONAL VIOLENCE | INTERVENTION | DISABLED PEOPLE | PREVENTION | GOVERNMENT POLICY | SOCIAL SERVICES | SUPPORT SERVICES | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website Summary: he Disability Action Plan (the Plan) sets out priorities for action that promote disabled people’s participation and contribution in society. It intentionally focuses on issues that need more than one organisation to progress, because they do not lie neatly in any one agency’s responsibilities. The Plan is jointly governed by Disabled People's Organisations and government agencies. This 2015 update reflects two rounds of public consultation run by the Office for Disability Issues, and was agreed through negotiations between Disabled People's Organisations and government agencies. Cabinet approved the updated Plan in December 2015. (From the website). The prevention of family violence and other abuse experienced by disabled people is covered under one of the four shared results - Ensure personal safety. More information about the development of the plan and information and summary documents in New Zealand Sign Language and other formats can be accessed by following the website link. Record #4917
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he Disability Action Plan (the Plan) sets out priorities for action that promote disabled people’s participation and contribution in society. It intentionally focuses on issues that need more than one organisation to progress, because they do not lie neatly in any one agency’s responsibilities. The Plan is jointly governed by Disabled People's Organisations and government agencies. This 2015 update reflects two rounds of public consultation run by the Office for Disability Issues, and was agreed through negotiations between Disabled People's Organisations and government agencies. Cabinet approved the updated Plan in December 2015. (From the website). The prevention of family violence and other abuse experienced by disabled people is covered under one of the four shared results - Ensure personal safety. More information about the development of the plan and information and summary documents in New Zealand Sign Language and other formats can be accessed by following the website link. Record #4917