90 - Lidia Pretorius on Allyship and Inclusion

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In today’s bumper episode Lois speaks with disability and inclusion specialist, Lidia Pretorius.

During the conversation we chat about Lidia’s involvement with the disability sector in Africa, the importance of allyship and how to be a good ally for the disabled community. We also discuss online and digital inclusion. Lidia shares useful ideas on ways to improve the way you show up in both areas.

Reach out to Lidia at:
Social media: https://linktr.ee/DisabilityMojoCoach
Web: https://disabilitymojocoach.co.za

I’d love to hear from you – contact me at
Web: https://www.loisstrachan.com/
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/lstrachan
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/loisstrachanspeaker

This episode edited by Craig Strachan using Hindenburg PRO – find out more on Hindenburg.com
Credits and music by Charlie Dyasi of Naledi Media.
10 Oct 2023 English South Africa Society & Culture · Non-Profit

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