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What do we do?

North East Citizen Advocacy (NECA) is a community based not-for-profit advocacy program in the Banyule, Darebin, Whittlesea and Nillumbik LGA’s. The program seeks to uphold the rights and interests of adults with an intellectual disability on a one-to-one basis by addressing instances of discrimination, abuse and neglect.

What do we do?

North East Citizen Advocacy (NECA) is a community based not-for-profit advocacy program in the North East of Melbourne. The program seeks to uphold the rights and interests of adults with an intellectual disability on a one-to-one basis by addressing instances of discrimination, abuse and neglect.

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Disability Royal Commission

Disability Royal Commission : Emergency Planning and Response issues paper

The Royal Commission has published an issues paper looking at what can be done to improve the safety and well-being of people with disability during emergencies like the COVID-19 pandemic and the summer bush-fire crisis.

The Emergency Planning and Response issues paper is seeking feedback about what should be done to ensure people with disability are not at risk of violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation during an emergency.

You can read the Emergency Planning an Response issues paper: here.

Responses to this issues paper can be provided by:
Email: [email protected]
Letter sent to: GPO Box 1422, BRISBANE QLD 4001
Phone on 1800517199 or +61737341900 (between 9:00am to 5:00pm AEST Monday to Friday).

Responses to the issues paper should be sent by 17 July 2020, but responses will also be accepted after this date.