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Is this the NDIS’s robodebt moment?
30 July 2021
Are exaggerated fears about the cost of the disability scheme pushing it further from its founding principles?
Essays & Reportage
Autism and the NDIS: a matter of interpretation
16 November 2017
Could the National Disability Insurance Scheme be threatened by higher-than-expected diagnoses of autism and developmental delay?
How a forty-year-old proposal became a movement for change
22 October 2013
Amid the often-protracted policy debates of the Rudd and Gillard years, DisabilityCare is widely seen as Labor’s most popular and effectively managed reform. The story…
Will the budget slow the growth of disability support pension numbers?
12 May 2011
We need to be clear about the nature of the problem before judging the value of new measures, writes
The enabling state
3 April 2009
Attitudes to people with disabilities are changing in Britain, but the progress is uneven, writes
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