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  • Some thoughts on Our Place Red Nicholson

    11 August 2015

     
    Fab 50 member Red Nicholson reflects on the experience of speaking at Our Placeā€¦

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  • Be. Accessible helping NZ businesses tap into unrealised potential Tao Lin, www.stuff.co.nz

    9 August 2015

     
    Auckland Zoo is set on becoming more accessible for people with disabilities or limited mobility, particularly mums with pushchairs.

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  • Minnie Baragwanath: Let's Be.Accessible New Zealand Minnie Baragwanath, www.stuff.co.nz

    6 July 2015

     
    "Accessibility and the rights of disabled New Zealanders, people with access needs, older people and anyone who is currently struggling to access the world around them, is the social movement of our time."

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  • Silver Service in Bayfair Centre Rebecca Chester, The Bay of Plenty Times

    1 July 2015

     
    Bayfair has become the first shopping centre in New Zealand to undergo an accessibility assessment and gain a silver rating.

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  • Inclusive and accessible cities the goal for the placemaker Tao Lin, www.stuff.co.nz

    19 June 2015

     
    Creating a sense of "place" and celebrating cities as "engine rooms of living" are what Gilbert Rochecouste does best.

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  • They said I'd never make it... but look at me now Bess Manson, www.stuff.co.nz

    13 June 2015

     
    Minnie shares her story of triumph despite the lowly expectations of others.

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  • Minnie Baragwanath at The Biz Napier 2015 Yellow, Biz NZ

    7 April 2015

     

    Yellow catch up with Minnie at The Biz in Napier 2015.

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  • Dressing in the dark Minnie Baragwanath as told to France Morton, Metro Magazine

    1 April 2015

     
    Minnie talks to Frances Morton from Metro Magazine for the April 2015 "My Life in Clothes" article.

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  • Qiujing Wong: The four ingredients of social change Qiujing Wong, Element Magazine, NZ Herald

    21 January 2015

     

    In her first monthly column, co-founder of Borderless Qiujing Wong tells the stories of successful social change movements. This month she profiles Be. Accessible.

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  • Be. Institute's founder Minnie Baragwanath shows why leaders can't be small minded if they want to unlock innovation idealog

    16 December 2014

     

    Minnie B. was featured in Idealog, talking about spacious leadership, unlocking innovation and possibility around access.

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