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Tape art on the walls of the Central Library, Wellington

Above: Team work, fun and new skills is what the tape art workshop brought to Disability Pride Week 2017. New Zealand tape artists Erica Duthie and Struan Ashby worked with disabled artists to create murals depicting the artists’ interpretation of Disability Pride.

Disability Pride Week 2019

 

When: Monday 16 September - Sunday 22 September 2019

Where: across Aotearoa New Zealand

Theme: Setting the Agenda  

 

 

Our Vision

 

Our vision is for Aotearoa New Zealand to be a place where we as disabled people feel proud of ourselves and our country.

Disability Pride Week is a national event that   celebrates our common humanity. Here, disabled people share our stories and creativity through a range of activities to show that we are also citizens. Disabled people make up 25 percent (1.1 million) of the New Zealand population.

"We are New Zealand’s largest minority group and its time to claim our place in society – one where we are included, visible and valued."- Disability Pride Week co-founder Nick Ruane with Rachel Noble.

 

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