ADEC are offering interested organisations an opportunity to host the ‘Fighting for Equality’ exhibition. 

fighting-for-equality-imagesmYour opportunity to host:

‘Fighting for Equality’

A travelling exhibition created by ADEC in collaboration with the Immigration Museum 

‘Fighting for Equality’ explores the challenges and experiences of people living with disabilities from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds, as well as their carers and families. The exhibition offers hope and advice to others in similar situations.

People from multicultural backgrounds with disabilities face multiple challenges. These may include cultural differences, poverty, discrimination, bureaucracy, poor English proficiency, isolation and a background of traumatic experiences, just to name a few examples. This exhibition explores how some of the participants have responded to these challenges and provides advice to others in similar situations in order to empower them.

‘Fighting for Equality’ came about as a collaborative effort between Action on Disability within Ethnic Communities Inc. (ADEC) and the Immigration Museum. The exhibition is made of up 20 panels, measuring 70cm across by 120cm tall.

ADEC are offering interested organisations an opportunity to host this exhibition preferably during Carers Week in 2014 at no charge*. Please fill out the Expression of Interest form and return this to us as soon as possible.

If you would like to obtain some further information, please get in touch with Daniel Allen, Marketing, Digital and Social Media Officer at ADEC: Phone (03) 9480 1666 or email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

*Conditions apply, please see the Expression of Interest form

 

Please click the links below to obtain the required information and forms.

PDF of the exhibition program

Expression of Interest form

Fighting for Equality FAQ