Victorian Electoral Commission
The VEC works to ensure the voices of people with disability are heard through enrolling and voting at elections. The VEC’s range of services, designed in collaboration with the disability sector, aim to include everyone.
Our Electoral Access Advisory Group ensures our programs and services meet the community’s needs by providing expert advice and knowledge. The advisory group meets twice yearly. Membership consists of disability workers, advocates and members of the community. Please contact us if you would like to get involved.
During election-time there are many casual employment opportunities. As an equal opportunity employer the VEC encourages people with disability to register interest in working in an election. Visit Working at an election for more information. For other job opportunities at the VEC see our employment section.
We can facilitate an electoral outreach session with your service provider, school or community group anywhere in Victoria. Whether it’s an information session about how elections work, helping people to check their details and enrol to vote, or a workshop on active citizenship, we can tailor a session to your needs.
We can visit your organisation to:
- speak with staff and carers about the importance of voting
- look at electoral enrolment for people with disability
- provide an overview of accessible services available during an election.
To find out more, or to book an electoral outreach session, connect with us:
- Phone: 131 832
- Email: email@example.com
- Subscribe to our Be Heard email newsletter
- Follow us on @electionsvic on Facebook and Twitter.