Notice of the MDAA 18th Annual General Meeting
When: Wednesday, 10 December 2014
Where: St Marks Anglican Church 17 Mary St Granville
WHAT: Workshops in Poetry Performance for sign language, Henna hand painting and Bharatanatyam Indian dance movement – and the filming of a video clip featuring all participants
WHERE: MDAA workshop space, 10-12 Hutchinson Street, Granville NSW
WHEN: 3.30PM to 5.30PM – Wednesdays November 12, 19, 26
mdaa cultural abilities
Pleased to provide quality training to the human services sector at an affordable fee. We offer National Recognised Training (NRT) courses that are compulsoty units of competency relevant to the human services sector
Minister for Disability Services
The Hon John Ajaka MLC visits MDAA
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Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association of NSW (MDAA)
The Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association of NSW (MDAA) is the peak body for ALL people in NSW who have a disability and their families and carers, with a particular focus on those from a culturally and linguistically diverse / non English Speaking background with disability.
Our Vision is a society where everyone, regardless of background or disability feels welcome, included and supported.
MDAA views culture and disability through the lens of diversity. We see diversity as a strength and we promote this view in all our work.
We want to make our vision a reality. Over the next five years we will be focussing on three major goals set out in this Strategic Directions document. The details of how we achieve these goals and measure our success will be set out in the Strategic Plan.
The major goals are Empowered People, Leading Change and Strengthening MDAA. MDAA works towards achieving these goals through Systemic and Individual Advocacy, Capacity Building and Networking, Industry Development and Training.