No Broken Promises – Get Real on Jobs for People with Disabilities

Hi – I fully support the below press release from PWDA. People with Disability Australia – MEDIA RELEASE 22 April 2014 No broken promises Get Real on Jobs for people with disability People with Disability Australia (PWDA) calls on the Abbott Government to honour its election promise to make no changes to pensions in the […]

{0 comments}

Settled In Offers New Range Of Services To Help You When Relocating To Tasmania

Settled In Offers a New Range of Services to Help You When Moving To Tasmania If you are planning a move to Tasmania or relocating to Tasmania it is likely that you have lots of questions about how to make the move happen, where to live and also about living in Tasmania. Our business, Settled […]

{0 comments}

@WeTheHumanities Twitter Curation account Launches on 24 February 2014

@wethehumanities launches – Monday 24 February After seven weeks of preparation, curator-sourcing and generous support, We the Humanities launches today.  It’s the first rotation-curation Twitter account for the humanities, featuring a new guest editor every week who’ll be tweeting about their work or research in the humanities and their other areas of interest.  Set up by […]

0 comments Read the full article »

Invitation to Complete a Survey about Disability Discrimination

Your Assistance is Required to Complete a Survey About Disability Discrimination in the Field of Employment I am a PhD student at the Australian National University College of Law and I am undertaking research into the area of disability discrimination in the field of employment. I am seeking your assistance by completing a survey and […]

1 comment Read the full article »


Disability Discrimination in Employment Research

Disability Discrimination Research Results I am conducting research into disability discrimination in the field of employment in Australia as part of my PhD studies at ANU. You may have undertaken the survey which forms part of my research. If not please feel free to learn more about the survey here. Would you like to obtain […]

0 comments Read the full article »

Easy House Move Ebook: Your Definitive Guide to Moving Across Town or Across the World

Easy House Move Ebook: YOUR STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO MOVING HOUSE Wherever you are in the world, be guided through the process of moving house with this brand new ebook available in all formats: ~ Learn how to find your new home ~ Reduce stress by focusing on tasks at the right time ~ […]

0 comments Read the full article »


The Hobart Waterfront

Thinking about moving to Tasmania or living in Tasmania and want to know more?

  Are You Moving to Tasmania? If you want to know more about living in Tasmania, moving to Tasmania or relocating to Tasmania then I highly recommend that you check out my wife’s business, Settled In Home Search and Relocation Services. Settled In offers information, advice and services for everyone thinking about living in Tasmania. […]

1 comment Read the full article »

Vision Australia Board of Directors Elections 2013

Hi, I am currently standing for election to the Board of Vision Australia, a leading blindness charity in Australia. I wish to stand as a director and have just put together a response in relation to a question about my insights into the needs of the blind and vision impaired. I have copied my reply […]

0 comments Read the full article »


Please Sign A Petition to Increase Employment Of The Disabled

The petition can be found at this link. The details are as follows and I encourage you to promote the employment of disabled persons. People with Disability Australia has just launched a petition on change.org calling on Federal, State and Local Government, business and the third sector to create 20,000 jobs a year for Australians […]

0 comments Read the full article »

Myer needs to employ more disabled people and stop shooting the messenger

There is a current controversy occuring between The Federal Disability Commissioner, Graeme Innes, and Myer. The media release below explains the situation but essentially Graeme Innes is pressuring Myer to employ far more disabled people. I belive this is a good thing as the rate of employment for disabled people is current woeful and far […]

0 comments Read the full article »



Warning: array_key_exists() expects parameter 2 to be array, boolean given in /home/dreardon/public_html/wp-content/plugins/social-toolbar/social-toolbar.php on line 129
Loading...
Please Follow @DaleReardon on Twitter to get great information on Higher Education, Discrimination Law, Disability issues and food and dining reviews.