Creating a more accessible Melbourne CBD

Creating a more accessible Melbourne CBD

“One in five Australians has a disability. That’s a huge part of our population – which means it’s also a huge part of the market,” says Chris Nunn, Head of Sustainability at AMP Capital Real Estate. AMP is the owner of Collins Place, home to Melbourne CBD’s first...
Inclusion by design leads to inclusion across the board

Inclusion by design leads to inclusion across the board

For RMIT, accessibility for staff and students with disability isn’t just part of an inclusion checklist: it is a priority. RMIT University has six Changing Places facilities across its three campuses. This makes RMIT the leading university in Australia when it comes...
Striving for excellence with the Australian Museum

Striving for excellence with the Australian Museum

“As a state-run cultural organisation, funded by taxpayers, everyone should have a right to enter with equitable access throughout,” says Amanda Farrar, Director Public Affairs & Development at the Australian Museum (Sydney). As a part of this commitment, the...
A Changing Places is more than a toilet. It is freedom.

A Changing Places is more than a toilet. It is freedom.

Jocelyn Franciscus​, Project Lead for Community Awareness Strategy at the NDS WA, sees a Changing Places facility as more than just a toilet. It is a sense of freedom. For people with a disability who require a Changing Places, knowing that there is a facility that...