The Legal Services Commission delivers community legal education that is relevant and in a style appropriate to the needs of people living with a disability and community workers. Disability Justice is a legal education project that aims to deliver relevant and high quality legal information and education in a way that is accessible and respectful of the communication needs and learning styles of different groups within our community. This education is provided free of charge but is dependent upon our capacity. The Legal Services Commission has also developed the following legal education resource:
Rights on Show is a legal education resource about rights with police. This resource has been specifically made for people with intellectual disability and cognitive impairment.
Rights on Show was funded by the South Australian Attorney-General's Department as part of the Disability Justice Plan 2014- 2017.
For more information on this resource visit the Legal Services Commission 's Rights on Show page.
For further information, including how to book community legal education sessions, and factsheets about the law, see the Legal Services Commission's Disability Justice Program page.
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