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Maryborough Endeavour timber facility teaches people with disability skills to further their careers

July 13, 2024

Maryborough Endeavour timber facility teaches people with disability skills to further their careers

Kirsten Drier is breaking barriers in more ways than one. Ten years ago, she was afraid her disability would be a barrier to getting a job. Now, Ms Drier is teaching others the tricks of the trade in an industry usually dominated by men.

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Archibald Prize finalist Adrian Jangala Robertson takes his paintings of Yalpirakinu to London

July 13, 2024

Archibald Prize finalist Adrian Jangala Robertson takes his paintings of Yalpirakinu to London

As I walk into a London gallery, the artist Adrian Jangala Robertson is painting a wild mountainous landscape of pinks and oranges. The canvas in front of him stands in stark contrast to the grey streets and towers that can be seen through the gallery's glass doors. But Robertson, as Liz Pedersen explains, is painting his home country in central Australia.

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When disability and queerness collide, a unique world of inaccessibility becomes clear

July 10, 2024

When disability and queerness collide, a unique world of inaccessibility becomes clear

There came a certain point in my gender transition when I started getting the dubious compliment: "I couldn't even tell!"  In the trans community, we refer to this as "passing", and while no-one says this about my brain injury — it's impossible to deny the scars on my head, or the steel of my wheelchair — the word is also common within the context of disability.

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