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The Shrink in Play: A Retrospective View from the Tertiary Ladder

CCS Disability Actions LAC, Katherine Rees shares her perspective from the Tertiary ladder. Katherine lives with cerebral palsy and is based in Auckland, New Zealand. She is 26 years old, and has completed a BA in Education and Political Studies at The University of Auckland. Katherine went on to complete an honours programme in education through the School ...

A lookback at the Core Leaders Development Programme, 2018

A lookback at the Core Leaders Development Programme, 2018 Earlier this year a delegation of leaders from the New Zealand disability, aged-care and youth sectors took part in the Core Leaders Development Programme, an exchange programme bringing together young leaders from New Zealand, Japan, Austria and Germany to collaborate, learn from each other’s expertise and ...

2017 Election Party Response- The National Party

We asked the main political parties questions about disability issues. Here is the National Party’s response. Employment – our questions What would your party do to tackle barriers to employment for disabled people? How will your party ensure disabled people can access the same range of employment opportunities as non-disabled people? National’s answers: Getting more ...

2017 Election Party Response- The Green Party

We asked the main political parties questions about disability issues. Here is the Green Party’s response. We will post the responses as we get them. Employment – our first question What would your party do to tackle barriers to employment for disabled people? The Green Party’s answer: One of the biggest barriers to employment for ...

2017 Election Party Response- The United Future Party

We asked the main political parties questions about disability issues. Here is the United Future Party’s response. We will post the responses as we get them. Employment – our first question What will your party do to tackle barriers to employment for disabled people? The United Future Party’s answer: Support a campaign aimed at employers ...

Living with Cerebral Palsy

Hamish Jolly is 19 years old and is currently at University. During his final year of high school, he wrote a speech about living with Cerebral Palsy. This is a transcript of his speech. Look at me, I appear to you like your average, middle-class white person, and you are right, I am your average ...