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Seeking people with a disability & supporters for research into their community radio experience

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 21st February 2017
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Kim Stewart, Doctoral researcher, social worker and long time community radio producer at 4ZZZ in Brisbane, is seeking participants for a study into the benefits and challenges facing people with a disability in the sector.

She is interested in how people with a cognitive differences can be involved, but also the struggles and triumphs of all people with a disability.

If you have:
  • Been involved in community radio and have a disability; or
  • Have experience working with or supporting someone who has; or
  • Have or know someone with an intellectual disability/cognitive impairment who has been involved in community broadcasting
Your contribution can include:
  • Recording an interview
  • Inclusion in a community radio documentary (at your discretion)
  • Inclusion of your interview responses in a research report to QUT and sector organisations

Email Kim to find out more about either of these projects!

Extra, extra! If you are in Brisbane and have a disability, Kim runs regular radio groups in Nundah and West End (not research related).  

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