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Implementing the Disability Justice Plan Tasmania 2017-2020: First Report 2018 - Premier's Disability Advisory Council

The Disability Justice Plan for Tasmania identifies changes that will be implemented to ensure equality before the law for those who may otherwise be denied this fundamental right.

It aims to generate change in the way disability is identified and thought about in the justice system and to lead to more seamless service delivery arrangements and greater ease in dealing with the diversity of client and users’ needs

The Disability Justice Plan for Tasmania was developed by a cross-agency steering committee, chaired by the Anti-Discrimination Commissioner, in consultation with a community reference group.

It will be implemented in collaboration with service providers and its progress will be monitored by the Premier’s Disability Advisory Council (PDAC).

The Initial Annual Report to the Premier’s Disability Advisory Council May 2018 can be downloaded from the Department of Justice.

View PDAC Report on the Disability Justice Plan 2018.