Disability Action Plan
The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission’s Disability Action Plan for 2018–20 explains how we will make our workplace better for people with disability.
Why was this action plan created?
The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission has a vision for a fair, safe and inclusive Victoria where every person is respected and treated with dignity.
To achieve our vision, we must make sure that people with disabilities can
- access the Commission’s buildings
- use the Commission’s services
- work with the Commission
- understand the law
- tell the Commission their ideas.
We must also use our role to make things better for all people with disabilities who live in Victoria.
The Disability Action Plan describes how the Commission plans to do this. We developed it with our Disability Reference Group.
Brent Phillips, Chair of the Disability Reference Group from 2016–18, introduces our Disability Action Plan in Auslan.
What are its objectives?
The plan is based around five goals, and we have committed to actions in order to achieve these goals.
Goal 1: The Commission will make its services easier for people with disability to access.
Goal 2: The Commission will employ more people with disability
Goal 3: The Commission will help people with disability to understand the law
Goal 4: The Commission will learn from people with disability
Goal 5: The Commission will make sure its plan works
For more information about what the Commission does, you can contact us through the National Relay Service by calling 133 677 and asking for 1300 292 153.
You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For other ways to contact the Commission or to find out how to visit our office, please see contact us.
Download the Action Plan
You can download the full text or an Easy English version of the Disability Action Plan from the links below. The PDFs have been optimised for screen readers but you can request other formats by contacting the Commission.