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    AHEAD: (Association on Higher Education and Disability) - US

    The Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) is a membership organisation for individuals involved in the development of policy and in the provision of quality support services to serve the needs of persons with disabilities involved in all areas of higher education.

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    AHRC: Australian Human Rights Commission

    Australian Human Rights Commission home page.

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    Adult Learning Australia

    Adult Learning Australia (ALA) is the national peak body representing organisations and individuals in the adult learning field. ALAs mission it to advance a learning society, through advocating and promoting accessible and quality learning; researching and advancing innovative approaches to learning; developing and influencing policy on adult learning; and celebrating the joy of learning.

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    Australian Tertiary Education Network on Disability (ATEND)

    Australian Tertiary Education Network on Disability (ATEND) is the peak professional body for Disability Practitioners in the Tertiary Education and Training sector. The ATEND National Committee is made up of a representative of the Training & University Sector within each state. ATEND organises the Pathways Conference that is held bi-annually.

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    Autism Queensland

    Autism Queensland is a community based, not for profit, Incorporated Association. As the peak provider in Queensland of services to children and adults with ASD and to their families, Autism Queensland draws on expertise gained during its 40 year history.

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    Blind Citizens Australia (BCA)

    BCA's mission "is to achieve equity and equality by our empowerment, by promoting positive community attitudes, and by striving for high quality and accessible services which meet our needs."

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    Brain Injury Australia

    Brain Injury Australia is the national peak acquired brain injury organisation representing, through its State member organisations, the interests and needs of people with acquired brain injury, their families and carers.

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    Deaf Australia Inc

    Deaf Australia is the national peak organisation for Deaf people in Australia. It represents the views of Deaf people who use Auslan (Australian Sign Language).

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    Disability Advocacy Network Australia (DANA)

    Disability Advocacy Network Australia (DANA) Ltd supports and strengthens independent disability advocacy agencies in their work of advocating for and with people with disabilities so that they are valued and included members of the community, their fundamental needs are met and their human rights are respected. DANA is a network of almost 70 agencies from across Australia.

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    Disability Employment Australia

    Disability Employment Australia (formerly ACE National Network) is the peak industry body for Australia's Disability Employment Services (DES). Disability Employment Australia exists to represent the interests of our members at a national level to government and other stakeholders. We have a range of functions designed to support our members to achieve best practice service provision in their role to find employment outcomes for people with disability.

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