An Advocacy Campaign Spotlights the Ordinary Lives of People with Disabilities in a Lighthearted Short Film

Diesen Beitrag, gefunden bei MSAMBA (Manchester School of Samba), wollte ich euch schon seit Längerem zeigen. Da kann man schon mal ins Grübeln über das eigene Verhalten kommen. Das ist ein VIMEO Video, dort habe ich kein Abo, daher müsst ihr auf den Link ganz unten „ursprünglichen Post anzeigen“ klicken, um zum Video zu kommen.

… This post – found on MSAMBA’s blog (Manchester School of Samba) – I had for some time on my list to show you. It is not entirely impossible that one might reflect over one’s own behaviour. This is a video by VIMEO, where I am not registered, so you would have to click the link at the bottom of this post to see it on the original post.

Ich wünsche euch noch einen schönen Tag!
… I wish you all a pleasant day“

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To kick off their

joint WeThe15 campaign, the International Paralympic Committee and International Disability Alliance commissioned a short film that takes a humorous and playful approach to showcasing the ordinary lives of people with disabilities. Produced by Sam Pilling of Pulse Films, the ad uses a series of vignettes to spotlight members of the disability community, who speak to their joyful, frustrating, and routine experiences alongside the discrimination and stereotypes many confront on a daily basis.

WeThe15 will help launch the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games and be shown at the opening ceremony on August 24.[…]

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