The Objectives of Accessible Inclusion Matters include:
To educate, promote and advocate for the fundamental human rights of people with a disability in Australia in accordance with our National and State Governments Legislation, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
To compassionately provide advocacy, educational, support and assistance services for people who have disability and/or their carers, against all forms of discriminatory behaviors’, (either direct or indirect) particularly those which are harmful, considered harassment, abusive, or any other such behaviors as outlined in (but not limited to) the Australian Federal ‘Disability Discrimination Act 1992’.
To campaign against disability discrimination in all areas of life, including employment, education, health services, transportation and access to justice.
To be a charity with the purpose of promoting and protecting human rights by acting as an advocate for people with disabilities in relation to their rights under our National and State Governments Legislation, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Australian Access to Premises Standards and AS1428, together with the relevant conditions in the National Construction Codes of Australia.
To be an activist for the right to Freedom of expression and opinion and access to information, for the provision of public information in accessible formats, and to recognise sign languages, braille, and augmentative and alternative communications.