You’ve gotta love a movie with an excellent story line which you can watch in five minutes! I have twenty of them for you. Here are the second five.
One of the activities I led whilst Australia’s Disability Discrimination Commissioner was the production of Twenty Years: Twenty Stories, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Disability Discrimination Act.
Watch these stories with me, because they show how the actions of the main characters changed their lives, and the lives of thousands of other Australians with disabilities. I’ll give you my review, then you can watch the movie.
Just The Ticket:
The excitement of the Sydney Olympic Games caught many people-
including Bruce. He wanted to share it with his kids, but the organising committee were not very accommodating.
Jacob wanted to learn the way he knew best- using his first language. Not an unreasonable request- but his school didn’t think so.
http://www.humanrights.gov.au/twentystories/video-jacobs-story.ht ml It’s My Life:
Geoff just wanted to make a phone call- his way. This is the story of how Geoff does things his way, and how organisations can change, and make that happen.
Music is the winner here, and the members of Tutti enjoy the spoils.
Access For All:
Maurice is a man who wants to do the ordinary things, like catching the bus, with everyone else. His determination wins through, for him and thousands of other Australians.
Tune in for more movies in future blogs. Or if you just can’t wait, watch them all now.
Which ones are your favourites? Comments are very welcome.