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The transport experiences of disabled people - Online NZSL Workshop

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An online workshop for the Deaf Community to share their experience of the transport system in New Zealand.

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The Disabled Persons Assembly, together with transport consultancy MRCagney, are conducting research on behalf of Waka Kotahi, NZ Transport Agency, titled "Understanding the transport experiences of disabled people, determining what barriers exist for people wanting to use Total Mobility and exploring new opportunities".

This work involves collecting transport experiences from disabled people from all around New Zealand. This particular workshop is for Deaf People to share their experiences.

The workshop will be run online for approximately 2 hours and will be co-facilitated by Isabella Cawthorn, of Confluence Consulting, and Paul Brown from the Disabled Persons Assembly. We will have a New Zealand Sign Language video interpreter providing interpreting services. Because of this, the workshop is limited to 10 participants, to ensure we have time to hear each participant's thoughts.

Workshop participants will be offered a $20 Koha for participating, this will be provided in the form of vouchers, sent to an address specified by you.

The workshop will be run online via Zoom. The link to the workshop will be sent out to participants closer to the time.

Please register with your name and email address, and if you are happy to share your address for the Koha, that would be great.

If you have any questions about the workshop or this project, please contact Paul Brown from the Disabled Persons Assembly on paul.brown@dpa.org.nz

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