CBC Information Morning: Disability advocate and educator Vicky Levack joins us with part two of her new series. In today’s episode she’s asking people to put away their stereotypes, especially the ones propagated by the media. Produced by Podstarter for the CBC Creator Network.
January 2023: Eddie Bartnik and Tim Stainton, independent reviewers, release an update on their work towards a systemic human rights remedy to end the discrimination against persons with disabilities as found by the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal.
Take part in a community forum with international experts Eddie Bartnik and Tim Stainton. The forum is your opportunity to contribute to meaningful change in how people with disabilities are supported to live and thrive in their communities.
The Disability Rights Coalition of Nova Scotia and the province have agreed that an independent expert should be brought in to advise both sides on reaching a common remedy for ongoing provincial discrimination against the disabled. (photo: Ryan Taplin)
Nova Scotia does not have a precise timeline for phasing out large institutional housing for people with disabilities, the deputy minister of the Department of Community Services told a legislature hearing Tuesday. (Jean Laroche/CBC)
In this stream of consciousness performance advocate Victoria Levack attempts to fill in the gaps and highlight the intersections between homelessness, the “Justice”system and ableism, or as she calls it the great circle of crap. With script assistance from Megan Linton and Alex Hall, TW: SA, suicide, Government violence and strong language 16+ audiences only