In the Media

Businesses accept The Invitation to support accessibility

      More than 400 Kiwi businesses around the country are signing up to an initiative that aims to make New Zealand a more inclusive country for the disabled.... Read more...

Film screening promotes equality

The Cook Islands Ministry of Education is joining a New Zealand movement to create a more equal society for people with disabilities and the elderly.   To s... Read more...

Help make New Zealand more Accessible

  At least one million New Zealanders dream of living in the most accessible country in the world. Be.Accessible have come up with an idea they hope will help ... Read more...

Ludo Campbell-Reid's people-friendly design helping Auckland find its identity

The urban landscape of the City of Sails is changing for the better and it is all down to one Londoner with a big vision leading a dedicated team. When Ludo Cam... Read more...

Accessibility a priority for shopping centres

Steve Ellingford is a man on a mission to set an example for shopping centres around the country. The centre manager of Tauranga's Bayfair Shopping Centre wants... Read more...

Be Accessible survey to give insight to attitudes

The inaugural Be Accessible survey has launched, with a view to providing the social change organisation with a better understanding of what Kiwis know and perc... Read more...

Wellington's CQ Hotels opens doors to accessibility

A Wellington hotel company has boosted business by adopting a more inclusive approach to hospitality. CQ Hotels on Cuba St has nine rooms across two hotels that... Read more...

AUT welcoming all to education through accessibility

Education is recognised as a fundamental human right and one New Zealand university is ensuring its doors are accessible to all. The Auckland University of Tech... Read more...

Be Accessible helping NZ businesses tap into unrealised potential

Working, shopping and enjoying a flat white at a local cafe are some of the things many people do on a regular basis. But for a significant number of the disabl... Read more...

Creative company Deafradio champions accessibility for deaf

NZ sign language interpreter Dan Hanks and sign language user Sonia Pivac started Deafradio, to help make the world more accessible for the deaf.  Deafradio is ... Read more...