An employer refused to hire me because of my nasal feeding tube. Now, I’m hopeful for the accessible future of work
Since becoming chronically ill Lauren has fought to be understood. In this piece, she speaks about her experiences in the workplace and desires to take control of the decisions which impact her future.
Latifa asks the question, how do we make sure that we stay the course and see change happen?
Afsana Rahman is a young disabled woman who lives in Bangladesh. She is a long-time friend of Dr. Roberta Francis, who is part of the reason that Amplify exists today. Afsana shares with us her journey to assert her rights and find her place.
Latifa Daud found that Ramadan helped her come to terms with her identity as a disabled person.
Powered by AUT University, Amplify by All is for All is a monthly content series that allows a range of disabled creatives and advocates to share their stories, creative work and cutting edge insights on niche disability issues of importance to our community.
When Claire Freeman became a wheelchair user at age 17 – the questions she had about how she might enjoy sex were dismissed – and she was made to feel like that part of her life was over. In this piece she flips the script.