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The National Mental Health and Disability Employment Strategy

Government of Australia Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Australia 31 December 2009 Policy document employment, equality, strategy

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The Australian Government has developed a National Mental Health and Disability
Employment Strategy to address barriers to employment faced by people with
disability, including mental illness.

The objective of the Strategy is to increase the employment of people with disability,
promote social inclusion and improve national economic productivity.

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