"I want to highlight the preciousness of ordinary creatures, and inspire people to look closer at what they deem “Impossible”. I also hope that my exhibition is a message to those who are different, and those who face challenges that others may not understand. "
The NZSL Board were planning for a meeting in November but due to COVID 19 travel restrictions the Board held a series of on online meetings.
The identification of high priority areas for disability data is important to meet the needs of disabled people.
A new milestone has been reached in MSD's work to establish the new Ministry for Disabled People.
Join the Minister for Disability Issues ,the Office for Disability Issues, Tōfa Mamao Collective, Doctor Huana Hickey and the Ministry of Health for an information session via Zoom.
ODI welcomes the launch of Te Aorerekura – The Enduring Spirit of Affection; The National Strategy and Action Plan to Eliminate Family Violence and Sexual Violence.
We take a look at the findings for disabled people.
"Susan is a perfectly normal queer, fat, functionally blind, Autistic, chronically and mentally ill, nonbinary person, who just happens to be collecting diagnoses faster than they collect eel facts." We spoke to Susan about their show opening at Bats Theatre