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Disability and the Rainbow Community

Allyson Hamblett and Aych McArdle are members of CCS Disability Action’s Auckland Local Advisory Committee (LAC). Allyson and Arch have a particular interest in how LGBTQI+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning and Intersex) and disability issues interrelate. We have a chat to them to find out more.   Q. Can you tell me a bit ...

IDPWD – Celebrating abilities

Chris Bristow is a member of the Northern Region’s disabled staff group, DAA. As 3 December 2016 came to Northland, we celebrated the International Day of Persons with Disability, the focus will be celebrating abilities. While the day was recognised across the globe, what Whangarei showcased was a vision of what inclusive communities can look ...

International Day of Persons with Disabilities

Susan Sherrard leads the Disability Action Team in CCS Disability Action Auckland branch. We in the Northern Region started celebrating the United Nations’ International Day of Persons with Disabilities, held on 3rd December, about seven years ago.  We have celebrated the day in a variety of ways – from putting a chocolate and small card ...

A Whole New Attitude

Aucklander Ezekiel Robson juggles a number of roles and responsibilities. He’s the Auckland Coordinator for Disabled Persons Assembly, a Be. Leadership Graduate, Auckland Programme Manager for the Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower Trust, Chairperson of Counties Manukau DHB’s Disability Advisory Group and much, much more! He explains why he’s put his name into the hat for the ...

Why a disabled staff group matters to us

The CCS Disability Action National Disabled Staff Leadership Team talks about the importance of disabled staff leadership to the organisation. Within our organisation, we have a National Disabled Staff Leadership Team (NDSLT).  There are six regional coordinators, one for each region, and there is one based in our National Office. The team is under the ...

The need for Partnership while retaining individual identity

7/12/12 · Posted in Leadership, Partnership

The Chair of the Christchurch branch’s Access Committee, Hine Moke, talks about the need for partnership in leadership. Hine is also a member of the Christchurch branch’s Local Advisory Committee, which provides governance for the branch. I have a strong passion for an inclusive community. Earlier this year, CCS Disability Action’s Upper South region signed ...