Greens spokesperson Jordon Steele-John offers some tips for the new minister.
Melbourne radio host Jon Faine has apologised for a nightmare interview with disability activist Carly Findlay. Plus, other media stories from the day.
Progressive advocates who have fought for LGBTI rights and abortion rights find themselves on the same side as deeply conservative Christians in the fight against legal euthanasia.
That some teachers have to devote most of their attention to children with serious behaviour management issues is hardly news to anyone with a child in school, but there’s a curious veil of silence drawn across it.
Pauline Hanson has long regarded Australians with disabilities as a problem for the rest of us, an old document shows.
The mass murderer who targeted disabled people in a care facility in Japan said he wanted people with disabilities to "disappear". Our society seems to agree.
Audio-description allows blind people to watch television by describing non-verbal action through a second audio track as it is aired. And disability advocates are fighting to bring it to Australia.
Disability academic Beth Haller talks about new ways of giving people with disabilities control over their own narratives. And she says help could be coming from quite an unlikely quarter.
Shakira Hussein pays tribute to the biting, brilliant wit of Stella Young -- and a life free from inspiration porn.