Political citizenship of people with intellectual disability – Season 1, Episode 2

Political citizenship of people with intellectual disability

In Episode Two of the ASID podcast series we bring you the highlights of the “Putting rights into practice: Political citizenship and people with intellectual disability” seminar. The event was held in November 2016 and was a partnership between ASID, Inclusion Melbourne and the Living with Disability Research Centre at LaTrobe University.

Speakers Sophia Tipping (Living with Disability Research Centre), Sharon Kensell (Advocacy for Inclusion), Sue Lang (Victorian Electoral Commission), Jane Tracy (a parent, Centre for Developmental Disability Health Victoria at Monash University) along with Daniel Leighton and Nathan Despott (both of Inclusion Melbourne) provide summaries of their work and experience around the political citizenship.

The presentations from each of the speakers are listed below:

This podcast was recorded on the unceded lands of the aboriginal peoples of Australia. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.