The IPC supports National Reconciliation Week. Reconciliation Australia’s theme for 2022 is ‘Be Brave, Make a Change’…

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The IPC supports International Day of People with Disability (3 December 2020) and its theme ‘See the Ability in Disability’.

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The Information and Privacy Commission NSW (IPC) supports NAIDOC Week, this year celebrated from 8 – 15 November 2020 with the theme Always Was, Always Will Be.

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The IPC supports United Nations Day on 24 October 2020 and the UN’s 75th anniversary. This year’s theme is UN75: 2020 and Beyond – Shaping Our Future Together.

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Information Access Commissioners and Ombudsmen from Australia and New Zealand have released a joint statement to mark International Access to Information Day.

The right to access government information is encapsulated in the UN’s Declaration of Human Rights. In NSW, we celebrate this over a week called Right to Know.

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Indigenous Literacy Day encourages Australians to advocate for more equal access to literacy resources for people living in remote communities…

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Right to Know Week NSW is a campaign that marks International Day for Access to Information, celebrated internationally on 28 September.

Global Accessibility Awareness Day aims to assist people with creating new technology, websites or digital documents.

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Harmony Day is a time to acknowledge and commend Australian multiculturalism and the successful integration of migrants in our community.

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