#5  The words we use

Four youth activists in Africa talk about how to communicate effectively with, and about, persons with disabilities. They share personal stories of confronting discrimination in their lives and tell us how the world could be a better place. In this episode, we hear ‘why words matter’. Brought to you by UNICEF Africa.
Season 1 / Episode 5 28 Nov 2022 English South Africa Daily News · News

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