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Disability News: New Zealand Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World New Zealand category. Though topics may have since been updated they are listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

Publication List

2015-12-01New Zealand Transport Accessibility Survey
2012-07-05Plans to Withdraw New Zealand Disability Legal Services Discriminatory
2011-11-18Fiji Services for Women with Disabilities Needs Improvement
2011-10-04InterACT Disability Arts Festival
2011-06-02Council Disability Leadership Group - Auckland, NZ
2011-05-15Be. Accessible - Investing in New Zealanders with Disabilities
2011-03-27NZ Disabilities Report with the UN
2011-03-08NZ Earthquake Assistance for Persons with Disability
2011-02-05Waitangi Day to be Celebrated in Maori, English and New Zealand Sign Language
2010-11-04International Disabilities Report - Have Your Say - New Zealand
2010-09-29Dyslexia and Learning Disability Conference
2010-05-28Dyslexia Workshop in Queenstown New Zealand - Disability News
2010-05-21New Zealand Budget Creates Opportunities for People with Disabilities
2009-09-21Euthanasia and People with Disabilities - New Zealand Disability News


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