There’re plenty of things we’d like to celebrate or commemorate, so please join us as we look back at 2020.
This page, written by Martin Sullivan and Hilary Stace, takes a brief look at the history of disability in Aotearoa, since the advent of European settlement.
Read or download our Annual Report for 2020
In mid 2019, Waikato became the first region in New Zealand to provide a 100 per cent accessibility concession.
Today as we celebrate the International Day of People with Disabilities, we hear from Wellington-based artist Pinky Fang. Pinky is visually impaired and has experienced both invisible and visible disability. She says all disabled people deserve respect.
New Zealand's Minister for Disability Issues, the Hon Carmel Sepuloni, speaks about the International Day of People with Disabilities.
The NZSL Board is establishing a NZSL Suppliers Panel (the Panel).
The NZSL Board will fund the development and delivery of a national assessment service from April 2021, with secured funding for the first three years.
The NZSL Board for the first time hired two interns, both members of the Deaf community. Their purpose was clear – to see what support Deaf youth really needed to help guide the Board with NZSL funding decisions.