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Film screening promotes equality

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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 show their support, the ministry’s Inclusive Education division, in collaboration with the Be. Accessible movement will be screening the ‘To. Be. Me’ documentary.

To. Be. Me. is a documentary that follows the journey of one of New Zealand’s pre-eminent social change movements to create the most accessible place to be in the world.

Be. Accessible, led by Minnie Baragwanath was set up in 2011 to create a more equitable society for people with disabilities, the elderly and anyone with access needs.

Today, it has emerged as a remarkable demonstration of courage and hope that opens up a future of endless possibilities.

 

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