Find every Easy Read report from the Disability Royal Commission in one handy place.
The Disability Royal Commission gave their final report to Government on 29 September 2023.
There are 12 volumes of the report. Volumes are like books on different topics covered by the Royal Commission. There is also an Executive Summary.
You can read the Final Report in full here: Final Report.
It includes versions in Auslan and Easy Read.
We have made this page to make it easier for everyone to find the Easy Read versions of the report quickly.
You can click on the links below to go to the Easy Read report you want.
- Executive Summary – Our vision for an inclusive Australia and Recommendations
- Volume 1 – Voices of people with disability
- Volume 2 – About the Royal Commission
- Volume 3 – Nature and extent of Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation
- Volume 4 – Realising the human rights of people with disability
- Volume 5 – Governing for inclusion
- Volume 6 – Enabling autonomy and access
- Volume 7 – Inclusive education, employment and housing
- Volume 8 – Criminal justice and people with disability
- Volume 9 – First Nations people with disability
- Volume 10 – Disability service providers
- Volume 11 – Independent oversight and complaint handling
- Volume 12 – Beyond the Royal Commission
Click on the Easy Read button at the top of your screen to see cover images and links for each report.
You can also read our Easy Read summary of the big recommendations here on our website: DRC big recommendations – Easy Read
You can find all the Royal Commission Easy Read reports on this page.
Click on the link next to the pictures to open the reports.
Executive Summary – Our vision for an inclusive Australia and Recommendations
This is the big summary of the Final Report.
It has some of the big ideas for making Australia more inclusive and accessible for everyone.
Volume 1 – Voices of people with disability
These are some of the things that people with disabilities said to the Commissioners
Volume 2 – About the Royal Commission
This is about what the Royal Commission did and who the Commissioners were.
This is about the stories the Royal Commission heard from people with disabilities about violence, abuse and neglect.
This is about human rights and making sure Australia is supporting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disability.
Volume 5 – Governing for inclusion
This is about making it easier for people with disabilities to be part of government work, including committees and boards.
Volume 6 – Enabling autonomy and access
This is about supporting people to make decisions and making services more accessible.
Volume 7 – Inclusive education, employment and housing
This is about making schools, universities, work and housing more inclusive and accessible for everyone.
Volume 8 – Criminal justice and people with disability
This is about making sure prisons, police and courts are better at supporting people with disabilities.
Volume 9 – First Nations people with disability
This is about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with a disability.
Volume 10 – Disability service providers
This is about what disability service providers must do better.
Volume 11 – Independent oversight and complaint handling
This is about making it easier to speak up and make a complaint.
Volume 12 – Beyond the Royal Commission
This is about what will happen now the Royal Commission has finished.
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