Kelly Vincent – 5AA Interview on Foggy Frogg Children’s Book, Domestic Violence Conference and Sex Education for People with Disabilities

Andrew Reimer: Kelly Vincent, what have you been up to? Kelly Vincent: Yesterday I was down at Burnside Library at the launching of a book by a young author who’s written a children’s book to help young children and their...

Kelly Vincent – Vision Australia Interview on Sex Education and Students with Disabilities

On Wednesday 13th April 2016, Dignity for Disability MLC Kelly Vincent was interviewed on Vision Australia radio station to discuss Dignity for Disability's views on issues students with disabilities face when it comes to sex education. Here is the audio and transcript from...

Spotlight on Gender and Disability – International Symposium, Flinders University Gender Consortium

Thanks to Flinders University and in particular Cara Ellickson, Director of the Gender Consortium, for having me here today. As a proud person with a disability and an egalitarian, it is a great pleasure to have the opportunity to speak...

Sex and Disability Announcement

WHAT: The launch of a campaign for sexual assistance for people with disabilities WHO: Sex worker Rachel Wotton who specialises in clients with disability, Dignity for Disability MLC Kelly Vincent and Denise Beckwith of People with Disabilities Australia WHEN: 11:30am,...

Sex and People with Disabilities: A Human Right

Dignity for Disability MLC Kelly Vincent today called on the South Australian Government to help people with disabilities achieve the human right of sexual expression. Ms Vincent has joined with NSW sex worker and founder of Touching Base Rachel Wotton,...

Sex and people with disabilities

The Hon. K.L. VINCENT: I seek leave to make a brief explanation before asking the Minister for Disability questions regarding sex and people with disabilities. Leave granted. The Hon. K.L. VINCENT: This morning I held a press conference where I...

Sexual Abuse of People with Disabilities

The Hon. K.L. VINCENT: I rise today to speak about something which has formed a large part of my work over the past few weeks but which is a tragedy so deep and far-reaching that I could not say that...