An Advocacy Campaign Spotlights the Ordinary Lives of People with Disabilities in a Lighthearted Short Film


To kick off their

joint WeThe15 campaign, the International Paralympic Committee and International Disability Alliance commissioned a short film that takes a humorous and playful approach to showcasing the ordinary lives of people with disabilities. Produced by Sam Pilling of Pulse Films, the ad uses a series of vignettes to spotlight members of the disability community, who speak to their joyful, frustrating, and routine experiences alongside the discrimination and stereotypes many confront on a daily basis.

WeThe15 will help launch the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games and be shown at the opening ceremony on August 24.[…]

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1 Response to An Advocacy Campaign Spotlights the Ordinary Lives of People with Disabilities in a Lighthearted Short Film

  1. Reblogged this on Stella, oh, Stella and commented:
    Diesen Beitrag, gefunden bei MSAMBA (Manchester School of Samba), wollte ich euch schon seit Längerem zeigen. Da kann man schon mal ins Grübeln über das eigene Verhalten kommen.

    … This post – found on MSAMBA’s blog (Manchester School of Samba) – I had for some time on my list to show you. It is not entirely impossible that one might reflect over one’s own behaviour.

    Ich wünsche euch noch einen schönen Tag!
    … I wish you all a pleasant day”

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