Latest media releases
2 February 2023
Statement on Government commitment to improve outcomes for First Nations children in out-of-home care
Life Without Barriers commends the Federal and State Governments on launching the first Action Plans under Safe and Supported.
25 January 2023
Life Without Barriers acknowledges the deep sorrow and lasting impact that January 26 represents for our First Australians and encourages a more respectful consideration of what this means for each of us.
12 December 2022
Removing employment barriers for young people in OOHC
The Boutique stocks outfits for young people from 12 years old including years 6, 10, and 12 formals, special occasions, and job interviews.
2 December 2022
Life Without Barriers calls for businesses to employ more people with disabilities this International Day of People with Disability
Australian workforces should reflect the composition of the Australian community and that means the inclusion of people with disability.
1 December 2022
Removing barriers for young people this formal season
High School formals are a right of passage for all Australian Students, however, getting your hair and make-up done and getting a new dress or suit isn’t accessible for all kids.
23 November 2022
Life Without Barriers welcomes release of Family Matters Report by SNAICC – Voice of our Children
Life Without Barriers welcomes the Family Matters Report 2022, released by SNAICC – National Voice for our Children.
14 November 2022
Life Without Barriers releases Annual Impact Report
Life Without Barriers has released its 2021-22 Annual Report outlining the organisation’s work in partnering with more than 23,000 people across Australia.
7 November 2022
Life Without Barriers commends decision to extend age of support in out-of-home care
Life Without Barriers commends the NSW Government on its significant decision to extend the age of foster care kinship or residential care from 18 to 21.
2 November 2022
Royal Commission into the sexual abuse of Aboriginal children
Life Without Barriers supports statements from SNAICC – Voice for our Children regarding calls by the Opposition for a Royal Commission into the sexual abuse of Aboriginal children.
31 October 2022
For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples - this Media Statement contains the name of an Aboriginal person who has died.