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• Consultancy about disability issues, including accessibility, inclusion, and universal design, with strong focus on deafblindness, blindness, and low vision, in addition to disability more broadly.
• Expertise in disability policy, advocacy and human rights. Passion for education and emergency planning and response (e.g., COVID-19, bushfires etc.)
• Public speaking and journalism focussed on disability matters.
C Moore (they/them) is a human rights advocate living and working in Canberra, Australia. They provide consulting services on diversity and health policy in the disability, LGBTQIA+ and gender spaces. Their services include research, policy writing, submission writing and focus group facilitation.
C is also a public speaker and speaks at conferences and corporate events on diversity in leadership and issues for LGBTQIA+ and disabled people.
Contact C directly to discuss your opportunity!
Since 2007, Deaf Indigenous Community Consultancy has worked on providing culturally appropriate consultancy and training services. In raising the awareness and training expectations of people who engage, support and provide services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are Deaf and live with other disabilities. The business works across all industry sectors and focuses on culturally appropriate communications. Expertise in delivering training and assessing in forensic disability services, NDIS complex cases and remote communities. Deaf Indigenous Community Consultancy tailors it’s work to ensure that each individual has the best possible access to the communications they need to engage effectively in their communities.
I am available for contract and project work in community, health, arts and social services; and offer:
– an independent view point;
– professional integrity;
– values driven approach;
– quality outcomes, on point and on time.
Working in association with Cultural Perspectives, one of Australia’s leading diversity consultancies, I am also available for larger projects and government tenders.
I thrive when engaging people, cultural leaders and community to find creative solutions for our well-being. My strengths and areas of expertise include:
– strategic planning and creative leadership;
– project management, planning and evaluation;
– community and stakeholder engagement;
– collaborative approaches and co-design;
– coaching, training and facilitation;
– arts, health, resilience and well-being;
– diversity, disability access and inclusion.
Providing bespoke consulting services to raise awareness around disability and inclusion, as well as helping businesses remove invisible barriers to ensure consumers have a holistically accessible experience.
I support people and organisations to better understand how to tackle complex problems through the use of systems approaches. I enjoy building the capacity of others to think and act differently in the design, implementation, research and evaluation of initiatives at a community level. I have worked with a range of sectors from state government, local government, University and the not for profit sector.
If you or your organisation are interested in how a systems approach could add additional insights into your programs or evaluations don’t hesitate to get in touch!