Young people aged 13-25 who experience impairment or disability are invited to attend two workshops in Dunedin. By participating in My Rights! you will develop knowledge to speak up for your rights and the rights of other young disabled people.

The Details

Workshop One

Friday 11 August – Sunday 13 August

Friday 4.30pm – 7.30pm,

Saturday and Sunday 9am – 4pm

Workshop Two

Friday 25 August – Sunday 27 August

Friday 4.30pm – 7.30pm,

Saturday and Sunday 9am – 4pm


Prudence Walker

(03) 741 3292

021 779 725

Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Please indicate if you need transport, have any dietary requirements or need assistance during the day. This workshop is for you and we want to make sure you get the most out of it!

Our Facilitators

Prudence Walker

Prudence has been interested in human rights of all kinds from a young age. When she was an older teenager and in her 20s she was involved in the organisation CanTeen and advocated for the rights of young people receiving cancer treatment. Identifying as a disabled person, Prudence has experienced challenges to her rights particularly in education and health care. Prudence is the Regional Coordinator of Disability Leadership and Education for CCS Disability Action’s Southern region.

Chris Bristow

Chris enjoys listening to music, going to see bands and shows, going the gym, the outdoors (walking and tramping), watching movies and socialising. Chris has future goals of long tramping walks, seeing more of the world and running in marathons. Chris is Service Manager for CCS Disability Action’s Southern region.

These workshops are proudly supported by:

Te Pou o te Whakaaro Nui

CCS Disability Action

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