QBloggers is a member-driven blogging community where our members are creating by discussing the topics that matter to people with disability. Being a QBlogger is a chance to grow and learn from one another's experiences and expertise and help generate ideas for future policy and advocacy work.
You can create a blog by filming a video, recording a podcast, or writing a post, with the QDN communications team available to support you if you need.
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- Learning to ask for help!2nd June 2023Learning to ask for help! 2 June 2023 By Zahava Robb The first day I had to ask for […]
- Prepare for Systems Battle2nd June 2023Prepare for Systems Battle 2 June 2023 By Jodie Cowie I am not sure if I was living in […]
- Equal among equals: My experience traveling with disability11th April 2023Equal among equals: My experience traveling with disability 11 April 2023 By Zahava Robb Hi […]
- Airlines and airports must be more disability friendly11th April 2023Airlines and airports must be more disability friendly 11 April 2023 By Melissa Ryan When it comes […]
- Travelling, why it is not for the fainthearted11th April 2023Travelling, why it is not for the fainthearted 11 April 2023 By Karene Gravener Without hesitation, […]
- Broaden the lens: Accessible tourism – more than just ramps and toilets11th April 2023Broaden the lens: Accessible tourism – more than just ramps and toilets 11 April 2023 By […]
Meet the QBloggers
How to become a QBlogger
QBloggers is open to all QDN members and isn’t dependent on your experience of communicating or blogging. QBloggers receive a nominal fee for the time spent on their blog. We encourage QBloggers to research and foster relationships with people in the community who they may interview as part of their blog.
If you would like to discuss becoming a QBlogger give us a call on 1300 363 783 or email Isobel at firstname.lastname@example.org.