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Disability Sunflower Stories

Arts & Culture Podcasts

We at Kin “advocate for Australians with layered disadvantages — those with disability, cultural and language barriers — to have an equal opportunity for a better life.” One way we do this is through our ambassadors who come from culturally and linguistically diverse communities. They help people with disability live their best lives. Our Ambassadors or a member of their family have a disability and a desire to engage with their community to provide, share and collect stories and experiences for and from people with disability. Experiences once hidden like a sunflower seed planted in a desert, they have grown and shine bold and bright. This podcast series brings you some of those experiences. Experiences of struggle, of triumph, of love.

Location:

Australia

Description:

We at Kin “advocate for Australians with layered disadvantages — those with disability, cultural and language barriers — to have an equal opportunity for a better life.” One way we do this is through our ambassadors who come from culturally and linguistically diverse communities. They help people with disability live their best lives. Our Ambassadors or a member of their family have a disability and a desire to engage with their community to provide, share and collect stories and experiences for and from people with disability. Experiences once hidden like a sunflower seed planted in a desert, they have grown and shine bold and bright. This podcast series brings you some of those experiences. Experiences of struggle, of triumph, of love.

Language:

English

Contact:

0402103873


Episodes

Welcome to Disability Sunflower Stories

11/21/2022
Kin advocates for Australians with layered disadvantages, those with disability, cultural and language barriers, to have an equal opportunity for better lives. Our Ambassadors or a member of their family have a disability and a desire to engage with their community, share and collect stories and experiences for and from people with disability.

Duration:00:01:12