AMIDA (Action for More Independence & Dignity in Accommodation) advocates for good housing for people with disability, and provides individual and family, and systemic advocacy support.
STAR Victoria is an independent community organisation that advocates for the rights of people with an intellectual disability and their families in Victoria.
Villamanta Disability Legal Service is a Victorian Community Legal Centre that works on disability related legal issues.
The Disability Advocacy Resource Unit (DARU) provides resources for disability advocacy in Victoria – lots of interesting downloads can be found here!
VALiD provides training, workshops and resources for people with an intellectual disability and their families in Victoria.
Voice at the Table (VATT) is a project of SARU that aims to increase the number of people with cognitive disabilities sitting on boards, committees and advisory groups.
Leadership Plus promotes and provides support for individuals with disabilities to self advocate, and provides diversity inclusion training to a range of organisations.
The Victorian Office of the Public Advocate aims to promote and protect the rights and dignity of people with disabilities.
The Disability Advocacy Network Australia (DANA) has a list of all the disability advocacy organisations across the country.
The Australian Self Advocacy Website is an online resource for self advocacy groups, the government and the community to connect, work together and to share information and knowledge.
Advocating Change Together is an American self advocacy website with lots of information and advice. You can sign up for their e-memos.
The Harvard Law School Project on Disability (HPOD) works to promote the disability human rights worldwide and has free resources about Human Rights to download.
Self Advocacy Online has great information and videos that feature people with intellectual disability talking about topics like health, institutions, community, employment and speaking up.
Change UK is a human rights organisation led by people with disabilities and provides resources to service providers to make society more inclusive.
Label Free Zone is a Canadian website for self advocates. Add photos, videos or written information about yourself or your group. Read about other groups and watch their videos.
Voice Ability is based in the United Kingdom and provides supports disability advocacy. Check our people’s advocacy stories here.
Disabled Persons Assembly (DPA) engages with disability organisations across New Zealand to support people with disabilities to raise their voices and make change happen in their communities.
Minda has self advocacy resources, including training on how to be a self advocate for people with intellectual disability.