Useful Links


DisAbility Caucus

Informed by the Enabling Good Lives (EGL) principles, the Caucus will provide the sector and Government with cohesive and visionary leadership that draws on local and international experience.  Click on the links below to read the Introductory document and Key Messages.

Introductory Document   Key Messages

Employers’ Disability Network:

The Employers’ Disability Network was launched on the 23rd September 2010 at Parliament. The Employer Disability Network is a unique, not-for-profit network of mainly larger employers, sharing best practice experience of working with disabled people in all areas of business. The Trust aims to build the potential and capacity of businesses to employ disabled people, and to provide services to disabled customers by offering a range of easily accessible tools and resources.More information can be found on the website

HisBiz Website:

HisBiz is about connecting the business and wellbeing worlds to support prosperous, healthy futures for Kiwi men. It’s time to stand up and do something. It’s time to put men’s wellbeing back in the spotlight. Now a formal partnership between Waikato Chamber of Commerce and Workwise – HisBiz is aimed at connecting the business and wellbeing worlds to create prosperous, healthy futures for men. Website

New Zealand Sites


BSR: Businesses for Social Responsibility

EEO: Equal Employment Opportunities Trust

Evidenced Based Supported Employment: Link to a number of sites

Mainstream:  Mainstream Supported Employment Programme, State Services Commision

MSD: Ministry of Social Development

NZBCSD: Business Council for Sustainable Development

Platform New Zealand

Te Pou o Te Whakaaro Nui:

Transition: Transition Community

Work & Income: Department of Work and Income

International Sites

ACROD: Australian Council for Rehabilitation of Disabled, Australia.

AFSA: The Association for Supported Employment, United Kingdom.

APSE: The Association for Persons in Supported Employment United States

Centre for Mental

Dartmouth Supported Employment Centre:

Disability Employment Australia:

EUSE: European Union of Supported Employment

Western Australian Association for Mental Health: