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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 ...

How far have we come in the last 12 months?

Mike Pulman is a Communications Coordinator for CCS Disability Action Waikato/BoP and is a regular Public Speaker for various organisations in the disability sector. Mike is also a part time sports reporter for the All Blacks, Chiefs Rugby, and the Blackcaps cricket team. When not busy writing, Mike hosts a weekly talkback radio show. He ...

Use our voice to create change

Michael Pulman is a media student, part time journalist, and communications intern at CCS Disability Action. Here he talks about advocacy and why we must use our voice to create change. I recently experienced some of Wellington’s public transport during a stay in our nations’ capital last week. Three buses and two trains later, I ...

The persistent advocate

24/4/15 · Posted in advocacy tips

The Ministry of Health has recently released data on the people that use its disability supports. I plan to take a good look. Before I descend into the depths of numbers, I want to be clear about something. Despite what I said last week, there are often more important things in advocacy than data and ...