Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Don't DIS myAbilty ambassadors

Brenton Ashford-Potter
Digby Webster
Daniel Harrowell

Congratulations to Brenton Ashford-Potter, from Woonona (in Wollongong); Digby Webster, from Annandale (in Sydney) and Daniel Harrowell from Newport (Northern Beaches) have been named amongst the 2012 Don't DID myAbility ambassadors announced today. You can read more about them and all of the ambassadors here.


The 2012 issue of Made You Look, the official magazine of the Don't DIS myAbility campaign is now available in print, or to download as a .pdf, hereAmong this year's excellent articles on a range of topics relevant for people with disability is one about how Ivana Skvorc's job at a cinema is 'just the ticket', and our friends at Bus Stop films write about the importance of inclusive film-making.

International Day of People with Disability (IDPWD) is celebrated annually in NSW with the Don’t DIS my ABILITY campaign. The campaign celebrates the diversity and ability of people with a disability. It is about promoting positive perceptions and building an environment that encourages active participation in careers, leisure pursuits as well as social activities.
International Day of People with Disability (IDPWD) is designated by the United Nations as a time to celebrate and recognise the achievements, contributions and abilities of people with disability and is celebrated on 3 December each year.

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