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ACYS books include titles such as Researching youth; Ethnic minority youth, Youth, crime and the media, and others on youth subcultures, and young people and work.

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Our journal, Youth Studies Australia, is issued quarterly in March, June, September and December.

Disabilities

Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (Australia)
Web site:? http://www.hreoc.gov.au
HREOC provides information about human rights for Australians with disabilities, and about the Disability Discrimination Act.

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Web site: http://www.aihw.gov.au
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare is Australia's national agency for health and welfare statistics and information.

Also see Government pages on disabilities and carers
Web site: http://www.facs.gov.au/internet/facsinternet.nsf/disabilities/nav.htm

Non-government resources:

ACROD: the National Industry Association for Disability Services
Web site: http://www.acrod.org.au/
ACROD works to increase the capacity of its members to operate effectively and efficiently and to influence public policy so that it is responsive to the needs of people with disabilities.

Disability Action Inc: is an advocacy and disability rights supporting organisation for people with any kind of disabilities in South Australia.

Disability Information and Communication Exchange
DICE is the official website for the National Council on Intellectual Disability.

Siblings Australia Inc. aims to foster the interests of siblings of children with special needs. It achieves this by increasing the awareness of parents, siblings and service providers regarding siblings' concerns and by increasing support for service providers and families to help siblings.?Siblings Australia was originally established in 1999, as the Sibling Project, within the Department of Psychological Medicine at the Women?s and Children?s Hospital, in Adelaide. Its primary aim was to develop and coordinate services for families, and in particular, brothers and sisters of children with special needs (disability or chronic illness). The site has a special area, Teens helping teens. See their website for more details.

Working With Indigenous People With Disability
This website provides practical resources for allied health professionals and carers working with Indigenous peoples with disabilities living in remote areas of Australia. Sponsored by the the Centre for Remote Health, which is based in Alice Springs, Central Australia, the site is maintained by a group of allied health professionals and carers who are directly involved in providing services to Indigenous peoples in different States and Territories of Australia.

The Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training (ADCET) provides up-to-date and comprehensive information about inclusive teaching, learning and assessment strategies, accommodations and support services for people with disabilities in post secondary education and training. See their website.