Recognition and inclusion

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A platform to discuss ideas around carer recognition and inclusion, for example, the discrimination and stigma faced by carers, or the importance of including carers in decision making.
Check out this report at https://www.carerknowledgeexchange.com.au/research-library/publication/carers%2C-we-see-you-%E2%80%93-uts-student-consultation-report-exploring-the-experiences-of-student-carers-at-uts which discusses the positive and negative experiences of carers within the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) student body.
Great resource. Thank you for sharing!
Check out this snapshot of national survey findings by the team at The University of Sydney Impact Centre for Disability Research and Policy, led by A/Prof Villeneuve.

https://collaborating4inclusion.org/national-survey-findings/
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