International Day Of People With Disability

Join us in celebrating by attending a range of events and activities or by accessing the following resources on accessibility and inclusion.

Image: Judy Kuo for Disability Justice Network.
Image description: Black and white graphic featuring the words: “We move together for disability justice”, “Anti-capitalist”, “Interdependent”, “Abolitionist”, and “Anti-fascist”. The words are surrounded by flowers and sit above a crowd of people with diverse disabilities, some with their fists raised.

The International Day of People with Disability (IDPWD), held on 3 December each year, is a valuable opportunity to recognise and celebrate people with disability and/or who are d/Deaf, and the significant contributions they make to arts and culture. Join us in celebrating by attending a range of events and activities or by accessing the following resources on accessibility and inclusion.

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International Day Of People With Disability