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Social commentaries

Authentic Representation. What is it, really?

Ari brings their unique perspective and eloquent wordsmithery to the topic of authentic representation in the disability space. This piece takes us on a journey through time, beginning in 20th-century disability history, before sending us on a wild ride of ideas and debates from Ari's colourful lens. Strap in for a wonderfully educational and mind-opening read.

Ari Kerssens

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Announcements

The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in State Care

Bart recounts All is for All's recent involvement with the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in State Care, what this means for the disability community, and how you can get involved. Content warning: abuse & neglect.

Bart English
Bart English
Lived experiences

Travelling With Cerebral Palsy

Victoria has recently headed overseas for her big OE. In this piece, she tells of her experiences travelling the UK and Europe, whilst living with Cerebral Palsy. She also provides some tips on how to prepare for travel as a disabled person.

Victoria Baldwin
Victoria Baldwin
Attitude What's The Disabili-TEA Series

Queer Pride is Disabled Pride

Finn Hitch features in the upcoming Attitude docuseries What’s the Disabili-TEA about people at the intersection of queer and disabled identities.

Finn Hitch
Finn Hitch
Attitude What's The Disabili-TEA Series

At the Intersection: Mamie Macdonald

Mamie Macdonald features in the upcoming Attitude docuseries What’s the Disabili-TEA about people at the intersection of queer and disabled identities.

Bart English
Bart English
Attitude What's The Disabili-TEA Series

Pride & Prejudice: Are queer spaces accessible?

Ari Kerssens features in the upcoming Attitude docuseries What’s the Disabili-TEA about people at the intersection of queer and disabled identities.

Ari Kerssens
Ari Kerssens
Attitude What's The Disabili-TEA Series

‘Safe’ Spaces

Becki Moss features in the upcoming Attitude docuseries What’s the Disabili-TEA about people at the intersection of queer and disabled identities.

Becki Moss
Becki Moss
Attitude What's The Disabili-TEA Series

Takatāpui Artist Inspired by Te Ao Māori: Misty Frequency

Piripi Mackie features in the upcoming Attitude docuseries What’s the Disabili-TEA about people at the intersection of queer and disabled identities.

Henrietta Bollinger
Henrietta Bollinger
Lived experiences

Pregnancy with a Disability

Natalie discusses her pregnancy journey within Aotearoa's health system.

Natalie Robinson
Natalie Robinson