Queensland Advocacy for Inclusion
Formerly Queensland Advocacy Inc.
Advocacy for people with disability
Who we are
We are an independent advocacy organisation advocating for the protection and advancement of the needs, rights and lives of people with disability in Queensland. We are a registered Charity and community legal service.
What we do
We advocate for systems change through campaigns and submissions directed at attitudinal, law and policy reform. We also provide help to individuals through our three advocacy practices.
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Indigenous Artwork Commissioned by QAI
Photo of QAI CEO, Matilda Alexander (left), QAI Indigenous Advocate, David Wenitong (centre), and Uncle Paul Calcott (right), standing with the artwork by Uncle Paul that was commissioned by QAI.
Last year we assisted 2,637 Queenslanders through 3,197 services, including:
NDIS review and appeals
Mental Health Review Tribunal appearances
QCAT hearings and human rights conciliations
“I cannot thank you enough for everything yesterday and all your extensive preparations leading up to conciliation. I was extremely fortunate to have such an intelligent, supportive and well prepared team in my corner.”
Human Rights client, 2021
"I just witnessed Courtney Wolf speaking at the Disability Royal Commission today and wanted to write and say congratulations and thank you for speaking so clearly and precisely and accurately about the issues faced by people with a disability."
Email to QAI, 2020
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