Tickets are on sale for South Australia Council of Social Service's (SACOSS) Essential Services and Consumers Living with Disability Conference 2018 to be held on 14 May 2018.
Everyone has a right to affordable and equitable access to essential services such as energy, water, telecommunications and transport. With over four million people in Australia with some form of disability, essential service businesses can ensure that people living with a disability are well considered.
In this context, it is vital to deliver best practice, affordability, consumer protection, and effective regulation to enable access, participation and choice in the energy, water, telecommunication and transport sectors.
The keynote speaker Cosmo Graham is a Professor of Law at the School of Law, University of Leicester and Director of the Centre for Consumers and Essential Services. He specialises in the regulation of public utilities and is co-editor of the Utilities Law Review. Professor Graham was a member of the UK's Competition Commission (1999-2008) and the European Commission’s working group on vulnerable consumers in the energy sector.
Where: Adelaide Oval Cathedral Room, War Memorial Drive, Adelaide
When: 14 May 2018, 8:30am-5pm
Tickets: SACOSS Members $275, Community Sector $297, Government / corporate $429
Early bird tickets are on sale now. For program and registration go to the website.