The Australian Disability and Development Consortium and ten of its members (including APIDS) have produced a series of short videos featuring persons with disability who are, or were, engaged in a disability-inclusive development (DID) project or initiative (in Australia or overseas). In these videos they share their personal stories and how disability inclusive development projects changed their lives, benefitted their communities and contributed to a more inclusive society.
The video series was officially launched during a parliamentary event in Canberra on 30 November 2016 in the presence of some of the persons featuring in the videos and of senior politicians from different Australian political parties.
Introduction, featuring APIDS partners Ipul from PNG, Ranjesh from Fiji, and APIDS members Elena and Robyn: https://youtu.be/-wPayl85vW4
WaterAid, featuring Kim Socheat from Cambodia: https://youtu.be/XnDXPY_9BtY
AFDO featuring Frank Hall-Bentick: https://youtu.be/LZqUytcVDzU
The Able Movement featuring Mark Bagshaw: https://youtu.be/seNcQJORQTA
Coffey featuring Dao Thu Huong from Vietnam: https://youtu.be/x8k8pDRaCys
Suparman from Indonesia and was produced in partnership with the Centre for Disability Research and Policy (University of Sydney) and ASB (Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund): https://youtu.be/OtMJc7NiE0I