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Would you ask a doctor to flip a coin to see if you’ll get a check-up and appropriate treatment?
“I’ll die if I go in there,” David thought. But his options were limited.
Victorians with disability are at risk of being overlooked in the long-awaited push towards safeguards for renters.
Victoria's Charter of Human Rights was an first important step. But it’s now time for the next great stride.
Overwhelming evidence means it's time for Victoria to follow suit.
One of Victoria's most impoverished and marginalised groups is currently denied utility concessions.