25 March 2013
Diversityworks Trust has partnered with Arts Access Aotearoa to seek expressions of interest from Auckland artists with unique function/experience (disability) to participate in the Make –A –Difference Project 2013 and be trained as arts advocates. Up to 20 people will be accepted onto the programme.
Diversityworks Trust held its seventh Annual General Meeting on Thursday 22 November.
Media Release – 26 July 2012
Diversityworks Trust's Executive Director, ex-comedian Philip Patston has released his debut music video.
Pink Shirt Day is coming up! On May 18th, Diversityworks Trust will join together with the Mental Health Foundation and other partner organisations to celebrate our national day of awareness and action around preventing bullying and promoting positive relationships. We are hoping you will spread the word and get people involved this friday. I know you have a big reach and this is a worthy cause. We'd love for you to tell your network and promote Pink Shirt Day.
Disabled people wishing to become self-employed, particularly those who are currently recipients of Work and Income or ACC income, are invited to apply for a six-month intensive mentoring and coaching programme.
Sadly, Diversityworks is no longer able to run its Image Theatre project, funded by Creative Communities.