Media release: Experts from the worlds of fashion, photography and abstract art, will choose the winners in this year’s IHC Art Awards – a showcase for the talents of disabled artists.
Oamaru families are the first in New Zealand to be invited to a seminar run by IHC to highlight the rights of children and young people with disabilities. IHC’s Heartland seminars provide free information and resources for families with a child with a disability.
IHC is horrified that Speaker Hon Lockwood Smith has told Mojo Mathers she must pay for her own electronic notetaking services.
IHC congratulates Tariana Turia on her reappointment to the role of Minister for Disability Issues but is concerned that disabled New Zealanders are not represented at Cabinet.
IHC supports the call from NZEI to oppose the introduction of charter schools without a proper select committee process.
Media Release 17 November 2011 Sir Colin Meads will be opening IHC’s new fundraising office in Otorohanga at 12.30pm today (Friday 18 November).
Lower Hutt artist Stacey Hughes has won the 2011 IHC Art Awards and $5000 for a powerful portrait with a ’Mona Lisa’ smile.