International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) is on 3 December.
IDPwD is a United Nations endorsed day that promotes inclusion and better understanding of people with disability, the rights and wellbeing.
People with disability, their carers, families, services providers and the broader community will be celebrating this important day in lots of ways.
One of the great initiatives that is taking place to celebrate IDPwD is the Access All Areas Film Festival. The Festival is an accessible showcase of new Australian films for people with disability. It aims to promote inclusion, raises awaress of ability and access issues and show how easy it can be to make culture accessible to everyone.
Access All Areas hosted a gala screening of ‘Last Cab to Darwin’ at Event Cinemas at George Street, Sydney on IDPwD. The screening included entertainment and access services such as open captions, open audio descriptions, Auslan interpretation, wheel chair access and seating.
To book or to find out about the Access All Areas Film Festival screenings please visit the website: http://www.aaaff.com.au/ or call 02 9281 5608.
To find out more about IDPwD please visit the website: http://www.idpwd.com.au/