Claims music fans with special needs have found it tough to get tickets for concerts

The Dignity Party says that music fans with special needs have found it even tougher to get sought after tickets to the upcoming Adelaide concerts for Ed Sheeran and Bruno Mars. Dignity MLC, Kelly Vincent says the agency Ticketek requires...

Same-Sex Discrimination

The Hon. K.L. VINCENT: I wish to place on the record my brief but strong support for the Hon. Ms Franks' motion, and to thank her for bringing it to the attention of the council. I will not take up...

Kelly Vincent – 5AA Interview on Federal Election Campaigning and Workplace Discrimination

On Sunday 22 May 2016, Dignity for Disability MLC Kelly Vincent was interviewed on radio station 5AA to discuss a number of issues including campaign advertising in the federal election, the Willing to Work report and how fewer people are...

Kelly Vincent – Vision Australia Interview on the New Disability Discrimination Commissioner and the Double Dissolution Federal Election 2016

On Wednesday 11th May 2016, Dignity for Disability MLC Kelly Vincent was interviewed on radio station Vision Australia to discuss more of Dignity for Disability’s views on the double dissolution federal election 2016 and also discuss Alastair McEwin the new...

The Writing is on the Wall for Discriminatory Wording in SACE

Dignity for Disability welcomes the decision from the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) Board to remove the words "this student has completed a modified curriculum due to intellectual disability" on future SACE certificates. Dignity for Disability MLC Kelly Vincent...

The C Word

Today Dignity for Disability launched its "C Word” campaign, which is all about communicating with, and about, people with disabilities. Dignity for Disability has created straightforward guidelines for achieving respectful and meaningful communication, and is calling for them to be...

Equal Before the Law: D4D Announces Justice Policy

Dignity for Disability today announced its justice policy – a plan for reform that will give all people an equal voice and status in South Australia’s legal system. Party Leader Kelly Vincent MLC launched the policy at Elizabeth Magistrates Court...

Retarde’ Stockist Says ‘Toughen Up’ by Lauren Novak

By Lauren Novak Published in The Adelaide Advertiser, page 15 THE owner of a retail chain stocking a T-shirt bearing the word "retarde" says children with Down syndrome need to "toughen up". Globalize clothing chain director Clayton Cross was speaking...

Kelly Vincent – 5AA Interview on the Concern About the Word ‘Retarde’ Printed on T-Shirts

Kelly Vincent, MLC, Dignity for Disability (5AA 13.23-13.25) Concern about the word ‘retarde’ printed on t-shirts being sold in retail outlets in Adelaide Heggen: Kelly Vincent, what is your view on these t-shirts which apparently have all sold out they’ve...

7 News – Clothing Complaint

Channel 7 News 18/11/2013 Heated scenes erupted in Rundle Mall this morning when protestors blocked the entrance to a popular shop accusing it of selling offensive clothing. Disability advocates demanded the singlets emblazoned with the word ‘retard’ be pulled from...