The countries can learn from each other about self-determination and valuing disabled lives.
Tag: New Zealand
Growing up between Korean, NZ and US cultures, with Ju Hyeon Han and Miso Kwak
Two blind immigrants share their journeys navigating multiple school systems, parental expectations, disability identity and more.
“I’m not trash”: disabled immigrants confront New Zealand’s discriminatory immigration Policy
Juliana Carvalho and Eugene Liapin are two disabled migrants to NZ. Their lives have been turned upside down by the layers of disability and health-based discrimination built into Immigration New Zealand’s policies.