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  • Minnie Baragwanath, Be. Accessible Naomi Pyburn for Ogunte

    7 May 2018

     

    Minnie Baragwanath founded the Be. Institute in 2011 because she envisions a world that is truly accessible and inclusive of all people. Based out of Auckland, New Zealand, Be. Accessible is a holistic social change initiative that will stop at nothing to change the way society engages with access citizens.

    Minnie is a pioneer in the access leadership and innovation community; a visionary with a relentless drive for social transformation.

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  • Leading with the heart www.charteredaccountantsanz.com

    4 December 2017

     

    How can leaders foster a culture of lifelong learning that creates and supports a diverse workforce?

    - Leaders need to invest in people and set an example in ethical behaviour and knowledge sharing.

    - How to empower employees through positive leadership.

    - Insights on how employers can access an untapped talent pool.

    - Think outside the box to create a diverse workforce

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  • Minnie Baragwanath, the Founder and CEO of the social change organisation Tell a story with Linda Coles

    4 December 2017

     
    Minnie tells her story to Linda Coles

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  • Designing for an Inclusive World Tina Wild, Acuity Mag

    16 October 2017

     
    Minnie talks about the journey that led her to Be, and the future she envisions for a fully accessible Aotearoa.

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  • Transitional City: Women in Social Enterprise Minnie Baragwanath, Access Radio

    1 October 2017

     

    Minnie is on a panel discussing the impact and importance of having women leaders in the social enterprise movement.

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  • Inclusion and Equality Minnie Baragwanath, Access Radio

    29 September 2017

     
    Minnie was part of a panel discussion about why inclusion and equality matters.

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  • Transitional City: Women in Social Enterprise. Minnie Baragwanath

    27 September 2017

     
    Minnie is on a panel discussing the impact and importance of having women leaders in the social enterprise movement.

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  • Turning Disability into Possibility Pioneer Post

    26 May 2017

     
    "I have the most amazing job in the world!" says Minnie Baragwanath, founder and CEO of Be. Accessible in New Zealand. She will be speaking at the Social Enterprise World Forum in Christchurch in September and she gives us an insight into why she believes social enterprise is the way of the future.

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  • Let's make New Zealand 100% accessible Minnie Baragwanath, National Business Review

    26 May 2017

     
    Guest Columnist Minnie Baragwanath discusses how since 2011, Be. Accessible has been moving businesses, public spaces, infrastructure, workers and employers closer to the ultimate goal of a 100% accessible New Zealand.

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  • The path to an accessible culture must be carved out by the people: Ontario's five lessons for New Zealand Idealog, Marie Bountrogianni

    13 March 2017

     

    The path to an accessible culture must be carved out by the people: Ontario's five lessons for New Zealand.

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