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Disability Royal Commission resumes community engagement with First Nations Tasmanians | The Examiner

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The issues facing First Nations Tasmanians living with disability will be heard this week, with the Disability Royal Commission resuming community visits postponed due to COVID-19. The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability will this week hold meetings with representatives from a range of First Nations organisations in Tasmania. Commissioner Andrea Mason OAM said it was critical they were able to hear first-hand from First Nations people with disability about their experiences. IN OTHER NEWS: “Before COVID-19 we travelled to a range of communities, including Palm Island, Cherbourg, Logan and Ipswich in Queensland and Darwin, Alice Springs and Papunya in the Northern…



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