Radio NZ National recently profiled “My Friend is a Superhero” on One In Five.
When we raised enough money to print 1500 copies of “My Friend is a Superhero” through our PledgeMe campaign, we received an incredible amount of generous feedback.
The More Diversity on Screen campaign set out to begin a new conversation with the public and media industry in New Zealand about disability and diversity on screen.
As recently reported we are stoked to have received such overwhelming support of our PledgeMe campaign to print copies of “My Friend is a Superhero”, our kids' book.
At the beginning of March Diversityworks Trust started a PledgeMe campaign to raise $3500 to print 1000 copies of My Friend Is A Superhero. Duffy Books in Homes agreed to distribute 500 of these to lower-decile schools throughout New Zealand.
25 March 2013
Disabled people wishing to become self-employed, particularly those who are currently recipients of Work and Income or ACC income, are invited to apply for a six-month intensive mentoring and coaching programme.
Media has a high conscious and sub-conscious impact on society. ’Unique Extras’ is a project that aims to use popular culture through the media to make disabled people visible in everyday life. TV drama, film and advertising reaches audiences across New Zealand.