Key initiatives include:

Leadership development
The ACT Government is supporting the next generation of disability leaders through a range of programs and scholarships to equip them with the skills they need for the future.
Disability Reference Group (DRG)
The DRG advises the ACT Government on ways in which the ACT can be a more inclusive community for people with disabilities.
Disability Justice Reference Group (DJRG)
The Disability Justice Reference Group provides advice, fosters cooperative linkages across the justice and disability sectors, and guides the development and implementation of the ACT Disability Justice Strategy.
ACT Diversity Register
The Diversity Register connects women and people with diverse experiences with ACT Government and non-government board vacancies. It also provides opportunities and resources to help prepare you for a board or leadership role, and opportunities to participate in training and networking.
Advocacy, information and peer support
There are several representative organisations performing systemic advocacy and facilitating peer support for people with disabilities in Canberra, including, People With Disabilities ACT (PWDACT) and Women With Disabilities ACT (WWDACT) .
Inclusive arts and performance
The ACT Government supports access to the arts for all Canberrans and works closely with the arts and disability sectors to increase the cultural participation of people living with a disability.
The Future Is Inclusive podcast
The Future Is Inclusive is a new, locally produced ten-part podcast, that features a number of leaders with disability including Senator Jordan Steele-John, Sue Salthouse, Dougie Herd, Yenn Purkis, and Craig Wallace. The series includes an episode entitled "Why identity matters"
Chief Minister's Inclusion Awards (CMIAs)
The CMIAs provide acknowledgement of the outstanding achievements of businesses, organisations and individuals who have demonstrated excellence and innovation in inclusion and access - including several awards for leaders with disability.