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Talking Vision: The Road to Rio

22 Jul 2015
This week we’re on the Road to Rio! We speak with rowers Kate Murdoch and Sara Waitzer who are heading to the championships in Europe this August with the aim of qualifying for the Paralympics in 2016

Talking Vision: Employment

14 Jul 2015
Neslihan Sari was unemployed for a number of years until recently gaining employment as a paralegal at Transport Victoria. She shares her story as a skilled vision-impaired person negotiating the job market, with her tips for staying motivated while job hunting and her views on the importance of networking.

Talking Vision: Celebrate NAIDOC Week

08 Jul 2015
In celebration of NAIDOC (National Aboriginal and Islander Day Observance Committee) Week, we speak with Suzy Engert, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander - Community Engagement Worker at Vision Australia. Suzy, a proud Aboriginal woman, talks about NAIDOC Week’s importance and how organisations can become more culturally sensitive.

Vision Australia wins the Voice Project Change Challenge Award for 2015

26 Jun 2015
The Change Challenge Awards recognise teams and organisations that have created measurable and meaningful change at work. The Voice Project began as a research program at Macquarie University, exploring the impact of employee and client “voice” on engagement, leadership and service quality.

Talking Vision: Michael Vaiasinni

24 Jun 2015
A special interview with young and talented opera singer Michael Vaiasinni whose eye condition has lead him to work with many blindness and low vision organisations in Australia.
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