Centrelink accused of ‘disability bullying’ after man with intellectual disability receives $15,000 robodebt

The mother of an intellectually disabled man who initially received a $15,000 “robodebt” describes the Department of Human Services’ conduct in seeking to recover the money as a form of “disability bullying”, in a case that raises further concerns about how the automated debts are applied against vulnerable Australians.

         October 06, 2019 at 09:30PM https://ift.tt/2o9ZcPq