Take a look at the AODA Alliance's efforts to get the Ontario Government to effectively enforce the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act
The campaign to Make Transportation Services in Ontario Accessible to People with Disabilities
Click here to learn about the road to winning Promised Federal Accessibility Legislation.
Learn about the AODA Alliance's campaign to get an effective Education Accessibility Standard enacted in Ontario
Click here to learn about our 2016 blitz to get Members of the Ontario Legislature to support strong new Government action on disability accessibility
Learn All About the History, Strategies, Goals and Gains of Ontario's Disability Accessibility Movement from the Late 1970s to Early 2014 - Watch AODA Alliance Chair David Lepofsky's On-line Captioned Lecture Series Delivered in Winter 2014. Part 1 of Online Videos Series.
The AODA Alliance Launches Part 2 of Its Series of Online Videos on the Campaign for Accessibility, to Mark the 23rd Anniversary of Ontario's Grassroots Campaign for Disability Accessibility
Learn about our campaign to get the Ontario Government to enact a Strong and effective Built Environment Accessibility Standard under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act
Learn about the latest news in our campaign to make elections in Ontario fully accessible to over one million voters with disabilities.
Ontario Human rights Reform - A call to Action
Learn about the history of the amazing 10-year campaign of the AODA Alliance's predecessor, the Ontarians with Disabilities Act Committee (since dissolved) and re-formed as the AODA Alliance), that led to the enactment of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act 2005
The AODA Alliance is a disability consumer advocacy group that works to support the full and effective implementation of accessibility standards in Ontario.
Since 2005, the AODA Alliance has worked collaboratively with the disability community and with government to promote the interests of persons with disabilities.
The Alliance works to advance the full participation of persons with disabilities in Ontario, through effectual accessibility standards development.