This strategy is the Victorian Government's plan for making things fairer for people with disability. The plan is a key way for the Victorian Government to be accountable for making all parts of the community inclusive and accessible for everyone. This is the fourth state disability plan.

The Disability Act 2006 (Vic) requires us to develop a new state disability plan every four years. The plan sets out actions that will help the Victorian Government meet its obligations under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. It is also our implementation plan for achieving outcomes under Australia's disability strategy (2021–2031).

The plan outlines six systemic reforms:

  1. Co-design with people with disability
  2. Aboriginal self-determination
  3. Intersectional approaches
  4. Accessible communications and universal design
  5. Disability confident and inclusive workforces
  6. Effective data and outcomes reporting

As well as 22 priority areas. The priority areas are organised under four pillars:

  1. Inclusive communities
  2. Health, housing and wellbeing
  3. Fairness and safety
  4. Opportunity and pride
Related Information

Inclusive Victoria: state disability plan 2022–2026 (website)

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