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Rights Information and Advocacy Centre (RIAC) is a not-for-profit organisation that builds the capacity and wellbeing of individuals, families, carers and communities through advocacy and support services.

LATEST NEWS

Apply for the 2019 Karen Murphy Education Scholarship Today!

In accordance with its Vision Statement, RIAC has implemented a Support Fund for people with a disability to assist with the costs associated with their study, apprenticeship or traineeship.

Applicants must be aged 15 years or over. Applicants can be secondary students or completing post-secondary study or an apprenticeship or traineeship. Mature age students are also eligible to apply.
For 2019, the fund is allocating 4 refurbished laptops. RIAC will allocate the fund between four applicants.

For more information, please read the guidelines here and the application form in both fillable and printable format. Follow the instructions to submit the application. Please see the contact details in the guidelines to request further information.

QP-KAREN MURPHY Scholarship Guidelines Procedure 2019 V1 PRINTABLE

Applications close Friday 20th September 2019.
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KAREN MURPHY SCHOLARSHIP Application Fillable Version

KAREN MURPHY SCHOLARSHIP Application Printable Version


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RIAC CEO NOMINATED FOR AWARD

Our very own CEO, Karryn Goode, has been nominated for The Australian Financial Review 100 Women of Influence Awards, presented by Qantas!

Karryn has been nominated for the Local and Regional category. This area is for women who are having a positive impact in their community at a local, rural or regional level.

This may be across business, community, the not for profit sector, the arts or in government.

We congratulate Karryn on her nomination, and please watch this space for further updates!

https://www.afrwomenofinfluence.com.au/awards/


OUR VISION

Improving the lives of people by helping to build the capacity and wellbeing of individuals, families, carers and communities.


OUR MISSION

To encourage achievement and acceptance of all individuals (irrespective of age, religion, race, sexual identity, culture or disability) through the provision of quality support and service.  To also ensure an understanding of the life difficulties (of all areas) of diversity and disability.


OUR CORE VALUES

Respect Independence Acceptance Collaboration


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Rights Information & Advocacy Centre Inc. - RIAC

Office Locations: Shepparton Office: 72 Wyndham St, Shepparton VIC 3630 Contact: 03 5822 1944 Bendigo Office: 122 Queen St, Bendigo VIC 3550 Contact: 03 5443 0550 Geelong Office: 1/92 Gheringhap St, Geelong VIC 3220 Contact: 03 5222 5499 Mildura Office: 272 Eleventh St, Mildura VIC 3500 Contact: 03 5021 0265 West Wimmera Office: 185 Baillie St, Horsham VIC 3400 Contact: 0491 208 113
Rights Information & Advocacy Centre Inc. - RIAC
Rights Information & Advocacy Centre Inc. - RIAC
RIAC’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Program Manager, Daryl Sloan had the opportunity to attend Foster Carers Association of Victoria AGM recently. While at the AGM he met up with Hon. Luke Donnellan, Minister for Child Protection, Disability, Ageing and Carers and Justin Mohamed, Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People

RIAC acknowledges all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders past and present.

RIAC is committed to: ensuring diversity and equality in regard to gender, race, ethnic origin, disability, religion or belief, marital status, sexual orientation or transgender status.
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