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Please Complete: ADL Community Survey

Auckland Disability Law (ADL) invites you to fill in our community survey on disability related legal services and activities. We work with disabled people around their disability related legal issues, and provide legal education and law reform work within the community.

We want to know what you need!

The Ministry of Justice, our primary funder, is currently doing a Community Law Funding Review of the 24 CLCs in Aotearoa New Zealand. CLCs have had a funding freeze for the last eight years. While ADL is now able to do some work across Aotearoa New Zealand, our primary funding level has remained largely the same as when we only worked in Auckland.

We believe that there is a need for a properly resourced national disability legal service, and that ADL should be adequately funded to do this role.

Please tell us if you agree with ADL’s position and what you would need from a national disability legal service going forward.

We are keen to hear from disabled people and the wider disability community. Please also send the survey to people who will be keen to complete it.

Please Fill in the ADL Community Survey Now!
Go to ADL Community Survey Online – English
Go to ADL Community Survey Online – NZ Sign Language
Download ADL Community Survey Word Format – Electronic Fill-in
Download ADL Community Survey Word Format – Printable Large Print
Listen to ADL Community Survey Online
If you require assistance completing this survey, please phone 0800 ADL 001 [0800 235 001], text 027 457 5140 or email info@adl.org.nz. When you contact us, please give us your name, phone number, and tell us if you need assistance with filling out the survey or wish to request the survey in a format mentioned above.

The survey will close 14 March 2018

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