Intellectually disabled workers who were paid as little as $1 an hour will have to waive their right to make discrimination claims if they accept a government payment equivalent to 50 per cent of what they are owed....more
AED Legal Center was established in 2008 by the Association of Employees with Disability Inc. The centre provides legal advocacy to people with a disability in the areas of employment, education and training.
Our main objective is to protect and advance the rights of people with a disability who experience difficulties and/or discrimination in employment or education because of their disability.
The centre is a member of the Federation of Community Legal Centres of Victoria.
AED Legal Centre is mainly funded by the Australian Government through the Department of Social Services.
AED's Wage Justice Project is funded by the Reichstein Foundation.