Speak My Language
Diverse communities living well with a disability
Speak My Language (Disability) involved hundreds of people from culturally diverse communities talking about living well with a disability. Through podcast and radio, this program harnessed the power of storytelling to share the personal experiences, skills, and talents of people with a disability.
Other interviews with guest speakers share information about inclusive places, activities, and opportunities all Australian can enjoy. By sharing this information in up to 22 languages, this program contributed to making contemporary multicultural Australia a more inclusive place.
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Speak My Language (Disability) was funded by Commonwealth Department of Social Services. The program was led by the Ethnic Communities Council of New South Wales and was proudly delivered via an historic partnership between all State and Territory Ethnic and Multicultural Communities’ Councils across Australia. Our broadcast partners were SBS and NEMBC.