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    Lunchtime conversation: Volunteering and Human Rights


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    Event description

    Join us for a conversation with Natalie Wade a respected disability rights lawyer and advocate, as we explore:

    • What does the right to participation mean?
    • How does volunteering connect to ensure these rights for everyone?
    • How can leaders of volunteers be human right advocates and supporters through their work


    This is a great opportunity to bring a new way of thinking to what volunteering can be.


    Facilitator profile

    Natalie is a respected disability rights lawyer and advocate. Based in Adelaide, South Australia, Natalie is the Founder and Principal Lawyer Director of Equality Lawyers, a disability-led, disability rights law firm providing premium legal services to the disability community.

    Natalie is an authentic leader who believes in designing law reform, public policy and community campaigns through lived experience and expertise.

    In 2021, Natalie authored Disability Rights in Real Life, a practical handbook for disabled people, their families and allies on everyday disability rights law.

    Natalie holds several senior advisory roles including on the Australian Disability Strategy Advisory Council and the Premier’s Council for Women.

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    We use Zoom with secured settings.

    Attend at this time based on location: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm (Adelaide, South Australia time).



    Funded by the Australian Department of Social Services




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