"My dignity was kind of trampled on" - Áine's Story

"My dignity was kind of trampled on....

Employment is such a necessary part of feeling valuable a lot of the time and feeling like you have something to contribute.

It is really important that we make the whole application and acceptance and work process as accessible as possible.

The government should be tackling responsibility here and creating a law that ensures all employment forms and documents are accessible"

This is my access story, what's yours?

You can share your story at https://www.accessalliance.org.nz/share_a_story

#MyAccessStory #AccessMattersNZ

[image shows Áine sitting facing the camera in front of a grey background. Next to Áine is the caption "I'm blind and I would like to share a story]

This is my access story, it is one of many. I'm sharing it because I want a law that puts accessibility at the heart of an inclusive Aotearoa New Zealand.

What's your story?

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