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Broadcastability is a podcast by, for, and about persons with disabilities in the workforce. / Broadcastability est un podcast par, pour, et à propos des personnes handicapées au travail. Broadcastability is created by The PROUD Project at the University of Toronto, Scarborough. / Broadcastability est réalisé par Le Projet PROUD à l'Université de Toronto, Scarborough. To support Broadcastability, please donate at: DONATE@PROUDPROJECT.CA. Pour soutenir Broadcastability, veuillez faire un don ...
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In the fifth episode of Broadcastability Season 2, co-hosts Chloë and Isabelle interview Bryn Anderson, a British accessibility specialist. Bryn discusses his experiences growing up with albinism, his unconventional career path, and his current work promoting accessibility. Bryn also shares his advice for disabled workers, for companies looking to …
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(Gaia House) Cultivating the four qualities of friendliness, compassion, joy and equanimity to help us creatively engage in wise, harmless, compassionate action, when in contact through our senses with the resulting feeling tones. How to experince feeling tones without grasping?By Martine Batchelor
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Dans cet quatrième épisode de la deuxième saison de Broadcastability, les animatrices Chloë et Isabelle échangent avec Laurent Colart, un enseignant de cours pratique pour les conducteurs d’engins de chantier. Laurent habite en Wallonie en Belgique et il a la sclérose en plaques. Durant cet épisode, Laurent raconte sa transition entre entrepreneur …
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*Watch the captioned video HERE *Read the accessible transcript HERE *Listen to Part 1 of Matilda’s story HERE. In the third episode of Broadcastability Season 2, co-hosts Chloë and Isabelle interview Matilda Feyisayo Ibini, a Nigerian-British playwright and screenwriter. In this episode, Ibini shares her advice for disabled young people who want t…
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*Watch the captioned video HERE *Read the accessible transcript HERE In the second episode of Broadcastability Season 2, co-hosts Chloë and Isabelle interview Matilda Feyisayo Ibini, a Nigerian-British freelance playwright and screenwriter. In this episode, Matilda discusses the importance of health equity, family, culture, narrative and imaginatio…
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Dans cet premier épisode de la deuxième saison de Broadcastability, les animatrices Chloë et Isabelle acceuillent Vincent Léone, expert en technologies. Vincent habite en Belgique et il a une déficience visuelle. Vincent discute de son propre parcours professionel et l’importance du réseautage, ainsi que des opportunités et défis des technologies i…
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In this special episode of Broadcastability, members of the PROUD Project team reflect on what Disability Pride Month means, what the term ‘disability pride’ means, and how the PROUD Project itself supports, reflects, and connects with the concept of Disability Pride. Episode Credits Editing: Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon Cover Art: Isabelle Avakumov…
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For the eighth and final episode of Broadcastability Season 1, the PROUD Project team interviewed Kasey Aiello, a Patient Experience Liaison with Alberta Health Services. This episode discusses the importance of peer support, the benefits of flexibility at work, and the impact of funding programs. Pour le huitième épisode de la première saison de B…
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*Read the accessible transcript HERE In the seventh episode of Broadcastability, team member and Easter Seals Canada employee Jessica Geboers sat down with the President and CEO of Easter Seals Canada, Dave Starrett, and with Hayley Redmond, a client and employee of Easter Seals Newfoundland. They discussed what the organization is, what it does, a…
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*Read the accessible transcript HERE In the sixth episode of Broadcastability, co-hosts Chloë and Andrea are interviewed by The PROUD Project members Ahad Alingary and Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon. In this episode, we cover several key topics, including how the project began, research methods and ethics, and much more! Pour le sixième épisode de Bro…
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*Lisez la transcription accessible ICI Pour le cinquième épisode de Broadcastability, l'équipe du Projet PROUD discute avec Elisanne Pellerin, doctorante en sciences politiques à l’UQAM. Cet épisode aborde, entre autres, le handicap dans le monde universitaire, l’importance des alliés et les critères pour une politique d’accessibilité efficace. For…
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*Watch the captioned video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywIRV-SqELk *Read the accessible transcript HERE In the fourth episode of Broadcastability, co-hosts Chloë and Andrea interview Marc Workman, who works at the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB). In this episode, we cover several key topics, including Marc’s life story, the im…
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