The Australian Centre for Disability Law (ACDL) was set up in 1994 as a specialist Community Legal Centre, working towards a world where people with disabilities are able to participate in all aspects of life.
The Australian Centre for Disability Law vision is of a society in which persons with disability live with dignity, and in which their human rights and fundamental freedoms are recognised, respected, protected and fulfilled. The purpose is to work towards the realisation of ACDL vision by providing persons with disability and their associates with specialist legal assistance in the designated practice areas, and by undertaking complementary community legal education, continuing legal education, and policy and law reform activities. Read more about ACDL vision, purpose and goals.
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